Plan your Fenway/Kenmore adventure
Bordered by Mission Hill, Columbus Avenue, and the Back Bay Fens, the jewel of the Fenway neighborhood is Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox. Eat out near the park, head to Kenmore Square, or check out the artistic offerings at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum or the Museum of Fine Arts.
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Like a local video
In this edition of our "Like a local" video series, we take you on a tour of the area surrounding baseball's oldest park to discover the culture, dining and activities available to Red Sox and non-Red Sox fans alike.
Here's your chance to take an up-close look at America's most beloved ballpark and see how well you actually know the park and surrounding area.
Besides baseball and universities, the Fenway area is rich in culture with many institutions that boast music and art.
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