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Fenway Park

Fenway Park is the oldest baseball park in MLB. It’s served as home to the Boston Red Sox since 1912. It has hosted the world series ten times and has been the site of many important sporting and cultural events, including professional football games, soccer and hockey games (such as the Winter Classic), and political and religious campaigns. Parking is available at numerous lots, garages, and on the street as well near Fenway Park.

Parking spaces for guests with mobility limitations are available on a first-come, first-served basis to those displaying a valid state issued hang tag or license plates. There are a limited number of accessible parking spaces located around Fenway Park. Prior to baseball games, these parking spaces are metered, but they become priority spaces during games. The majority of these spaces are located Yawkey Way between Van Ness and Boylston Streets.

Motorcycle parking is limited but available in specific parking lots and garages. There are also motorcycle parking spaces available on Boylston street on the West side of the stadium.

Oversized vehicles parking is available with a $5 additional charge per vehicle. Oversized vehicles will be able to park in regulation sized parking spaces at 55 Yawkey Way.