Whether you're headed to Fenway Park for a Red Sox game, a concert, or one of the many events hosted at this historic baseball park every year, the T can get you there—and help you avoid traffic.
It can get crowded on game days, so be sure to plan ahead. You can check for delays and service updates online, and follow Fenway Park, the Red Sox and the MBTA on Twitter for game day alerts and notices.
Take the T to Fenway Park
Kenmore and Fenway stations are within walking distance of Fenway Park
Take any B, C, or D train to Kenmore
Take any D train to Fenway
E trains do not go to Fenway or Kenmore
If you board an E train, transfer to the B, C, or D at Park Street, Boylston, Arlington, or Copley stations
Lansdowne Station (formerly Yawkey), on the Worcester Line, is within walking distance of Fenway Park
From North Station, transfer to any Green Line B, C, or D train
From South Station, take the Red Line to Park Street and transfer to any Green Line B, C, or D train
Paying Your Fare
We recommend loading enough money on your ticket or pass for a round trip on the subway or bus. Lines can get long after events, so we recommend doing this before your first trip.
In Boston for the day? Buy a 1-day pass at fare vending machines in subway stations for unlimited trips on the bus and subway for 24 hours.
Fares paid with CharlieCards are cheaper than fares paid with a CharlieTicket. For the 2019 baseball season, preloaded $5 CharlieCards will be available at 2 special ticket booths. Cards can only be purchased with a credit or debit card at:
Commuter Rail tickets and passes are available at fare vending machines, on the mTicket App, onboard trains, and from ticket windows at North, South, and Back Bay stations.
Please note that one-way and round-trip Commuter Rail tickets are not valid for travel on the subway or bus.
Headed to a weekend game or event? Get a $10 Weekend Pass for unlimited travel to all zones and lines on Saturdays and Sundays.
Driving to Fenway Park is not recommended, due to traffic and parking restrictions in the neighborhood.
You can park at an MBTA lot or garage and take the train into the city. Daily rates are between $2 – $9, and you can pay with your phone or a credit card. Check parking availability before your trip on Twitter, @MBTA_Parking.
The last Green Line train leaves Kenmore Station at 12:40 AM.
If the game is expected to run late, there will be an alert on the jumbo screen before the last train leaves Kenmore.