Hotels near Fenway Park include The Colonnade Boston, which is located within walking distance of America's Most Beloved Ballpark.
Though generations have come and gone, Fenway Park remains much like it did the day it opened on April 20, 1912. The home of the Boston Red Sox resounds with the echoes of great baseball players: Cy Young, Babe Ruth, Bobby Doerr, Johnny Pesky, Ted Williams, Carlton Fisk, Jim Rice, and Carl Yastrzemski, to name just a few. Touch the Green Monster, admire the view from the press box, and maybe even walk on the field during a tour of the park.
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This world-class event facility, located in Foxborough, is home to the NFL's New England Patriots and the New England Revolution of MLS. Gillette Stadium partially opened in May 2002 with the Revolution. Its grand opening was in September 2002 when the Patriots beat the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday Night Football.
Ticket Phone: (508) 543-1776
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Since its grand opening in 1995, more than 18 million people have come to the Fleet Center to see the arena's famous tenants, the NHL's Boston Bruins and the NBA's Boston Celtics, as well as concerts and sporting events, family shows, wrestling, ice skating, and much more.
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Northeastern University/Matthews Arena
Matthews Arena, the world's oldest ice hockey arena, is the home of Northeastern's men's and women's hockey teams. The venue served as the original home of the Boston Bruins, the Celtics, and the Beanpot Tournament and as the center of Northeastern hockey since the program's inception for the 1929-30 season.
Boston University/Nickerson Field
Home to Boston University's soccer and lacrosse teams, Nickerson Field is a 10,412 seat FieldTurf facility. It was once the home of the Boston Braves National League baseball club, and the New England Patriots called Nickerson Field home for three seasons. The Patriots and the Denver Broncos played the first American Football League game in history on September 9, 1960 at Nickerson Field. Currently, Nickerson Field is home to the Boston Breakers, the city's first professional women's soccer team.
Harvard University/Harvard Stadium
Nestled next to the Charles River, Harvard Stadium is a horseshoe containing architectural elements of a Greek stadium and Roman circus and is considered an engineering marvel. Harvard Stadium was the world's first massive reinforced concrete structure and the first large permanent arena for American college athletics. With a seating capacity of 30,898, Harvard Stadium is praised for its outstanding sight-line for fans.
Boston College/Alumni Stadium
The scenic Chestnut Hill stadium, with the Boston skyline in the distance, heightens the excitement and enthusiasm that is part of every Boston College home football game.
Boston College/Conte Forum
The Conte Forum is the heart of the Boston College athletics program. From October to March, it is home to the men's and women's basketball and hockey teams.