11 Most Iconic Sports Stadiums You Must Visit

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3) Fenway Park, Boston

Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, is one of the most iconic ball parks still in existence. It hasn’t changed much since opening day in April of 1912, but the historic charm and appeal along with diehard Redsox fans, keep the crowds coming back year after year. One-hour walking tours of this historic landmark are available, to experience parts of the stadium usually off limits during a game or event. You’ll get to sit atop the legendary Green Monster, the over thirty-seven-foot-high wall overlooking left field. Visit the Redsox Hall of Fame featuring the teams most celebrated players from over a century of baseball history. Experienced guides will answer almost any questions you may have about the park, it’s history and the players who made it famous.