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posted by Frank on August 12th, 2010 at 7:37 PM
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Leave feedback here regarding your best or worst Fenway parking experience.
last edited on December 7th, 2010 at 8:11 PM
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Precise Seating says:
Sorry for the slow response. I was away for a couple days. In Field Box 55, Seat 1 for all rows is the aisle seat.
I may move your question and response over to the other forum since this one is for Parking advise.
July 17th, 2013 at 9:47 PM
Robin hubert says:
I just had a knee replacement. Does anyone know if Field Box 55, Row D, Seats 1-4, if one is an isle seat?
July 15th, 2013 at 2:59 PM
Parking Lot: Longwood Medical Center Garage Longwood Ave
Cost ~ $7
Distance: 10 minute walk .7 miles to corner of Yawkey Way
Never parked here on weekends but weeknights it is the cheapest option around for the distance
February 28th, 2011 at 3:07 PM
Parking Lot: Prudential Center Parking Lot - 800 Boylston St
Distance: 0.8 miles
This is a reasonable walk to the park of less than a mile at a reasonable cost. It's a large parking garage with 2000 spaces.
December 5th, 2010 at 6:20 PM
Parking Lot: 100 Clarendon Garage, the Official Garage of the Red Sox - 100 Clarendon St
Cost: $9 (with a ticket) - $27 otherwise
Distance: 1.2 miles (long walk)
This one is a good long walk from Fenway park but with 2000 spaces you're likely to find an open space.
December 5th, 2010 at 6:14 PM
Parking Lot: Landmark Center Parking at 401 Park Drive
Distance: 0.4 miles
This lot is very convenient to Fenway Park at a somewhat reasonable price compared to other lots near Fenway. The Landmark Center is the former Sears & Roebuck catalog and distribution center.
November 16th, 2010 at 8:57 AM
Parking Lot: Hynes Auditorium Garage - 50 Dalton St
Cost: $12 (on Saturday, Sundays and Holidays)
Distance: 0.8 miles
This one looks fairly expensive on weeknights but very reasonable on Saturday and Sunday.
November 13th, 2010 at 5:45 AM
Parking Lot: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - 330 Brookline Ave
Distance: 0.6 miles
I have not used this one myself but I've heard others recommend it. It's a short walk over to Fenway.
September 23rd, 2010 at 6:04 AM
Parking Area: Beacon St. on the bridge over the Mass Pike
Distance: 5 minute walk to Kenmore Square
On the Saturday game, at about 5:15pm (two hours before the game), there were several metered parking spots along Beacon St. going right down into Kenmore Square. I'm guessing that they were probably gone by 5:30pm. I'm not sure if these spots are always open a couple hours before the game but it sure was convenient. Just had to pay the parking meter enough to get past 6pm. After 6pm it's free.
September 4th, 2010 at 7:54 PM
Parking Lot: Boston University Lot on 286 Babcock St.
Distance: A LONG walk of 1 1/2 miles
This one is way out there. If you don't mind jogging, it might be ok otherwise it's a really long walk. Of course, you can't beat $6 for parking. One problem is that it's not easy to find. The lot is a couple blocks off of the main road. There is an attendant sitting in a booth to take your money and watch the cars.
August 12th, 2010 at 8:03 PM
Parking Lot: Boston University lot on 766 Commonwealth Ave
Distance: Healthy walk of about 3/4 mile.
This is a decent lot and a reasonable cost. It is a little bit of a walk over to the stadium. It takes about 15 minutes or so to walk it. I didn't mind the walk myself and getting out was much easier because I didn't have to fight any traffic.
August 12th, 2010 at 7:51 PM
One of the best options may be not to attempt to park near Fenway Park at all. The Alewife Train station charges $7 for parking and then the train ride costs about $4 round trip. It takes about 1/2 hour total to get from Alewife all the way to Kenmore station on the Green Line. You'll have to go from Alewife to Park street on the Red Line and then switch to the Green Line. Take any car going to Kenmore Station. Kenmore station is a short walk over to Fenway. The MBTA puts on more cars when the games are going but it can still get backed up when the game gets out.
August 12th, 2010 at 7:44 PM