Fenway Park is located in the heart of the City of Boston at 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA 02215.
To obtain directions, choose the appropriate means of transportation from the list below. Please remember, however, that the Red Sox encourage fans to use public transportation whenever possible.
It's easier than ever to bike to fenway. Beginning May 19, the Red Sox, in collaboration with the Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition and New Balance, will offer free bike valet parking for ticketed patrons for the remainder of the 2015 season. Learn more »
PLEASE BE AWARE:
- Beginning in March 2014, the Government Center T stop will be closed for renovation until Spring 2016. For more information, visit mbta.com.
MassDOT encourages drivers to plan ahead for I-90 restrictions through Boston
MassDOT will begin the process to install barrier for the required Eastbound and Westbound closures on Interstate 90 from Commonwealth Avenue to Dalton Street in order to improve the median and the substructure of the Commonwealth Avenue Bridge over the Interstate. The process will be ongoing throughout the next twelve months leading into the replacement of the Commonwealth Avenue deck over I-90 which is slated to take place in late 2015.
Beginning Sunday night for approximately six months, the left lanes in both Eastbound and Westbound directions will be closed to traffic in order to create work zones for substructure rehabilitation work. Closure of the right lanes in both directions will follow upon the reopening of the left lanes. Three lanes of traffic will be maintained in each direction on I-90 Eastbound and Westbound during peak hours.
The left lane closure will begin at 9 PM on Sunday. Short-term duration (nighttime and weekends) closures of an additional lane on I-90 Eastbound and Westbound may take place as allowed.
MassDOT encourages drivers to plan ahead as those traveling through the area should expect delays.
For transportation news and updates visit MassDOT at our website:www.mass.gov/massdot, blog:www.mass.gov/blog/transportation, or follow MassDOT on Twitter at www.twitter.com/massdot and Facebook at www.facebook.com/massdotinfo.
Find out how to get to Fenway Park by subway, offered by MBTA.
MBTA offers an extensive commuter rail system that allows fans from surrounding cities and towns to conveniently travel to Boston by train.
Many MBTA buses serve the area around Fenway Park. Leave your car at home!
If you are driving to Fenway Park, keep in mind that typical backups on local streets begin about one hour before the game.
Traveling with a large group or just a large vehicle? Find out how to get there.
If you must drive to the game, there are public parking garages and lots within easy walking distance of Fenway Park.
Biking to Fenway offers many benefits! It’s the least expensive, the quickest, the healthiest, and the most fun transportation option.
A limited amount of handicapped parking is available around Fenway Park.