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Fenway Park

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Fenway Park

Best 100-Year-Old Baseball ParkThe oldest active Major League field, Fenway Park turns 100 this season and has earned the right to be quirky. The 37-foot wall in left field (“the Green Monster”) is an artifact of the design constraints of the 1912 lot–likewise, the short right-field foul line that ends

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The Monster Seats

62 The Monster Seats
Architect Janet Marie Smith hit a grand slam with this idea. Sometime between now and whenever, you’ve got to experience the Green Monster seating. For years the Green Monster was a wall and then netting above it to catch home runs. But between the ’02 and ’03

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

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Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum displays a vast collection from one of the foremost female patrons of the arts. Isabella Stewart Gardner was a patron and friend of leading artists and writers of her time, including John Singer Sargent, James McNeill Whistler, and Henry James. Gardner was a philanthropist and

Kaji Aso Studio

For nearly three decades, this “Institute for the Arts” has been offering a Sunday-afternoon Japanese tea ceremony in a fully appointed teahouse installed on the ground floor of this Fenway-area brownstone. Reservations required.

The Gryphon House

The Gryphon House is one of those places that makes you feel like you’re staying at a friend’s home. A luxury bed and breakfast only two blocks from Kenmore Square, the Gryphon is a turn-of-the-century brownstone, built in 1895, with eight gorgeous suites. The Gryphon boasts a Victorian parlor with

The Midtown Hotel

The Midtown Hotel is an affordable and convenient place to stay in Boston’s Back Bay. Built in 1961, this retro-style, two-story hotel is located in the heart of Boston. The Hotel has 159 spacious guest rooms complete with coffee makers, air conditioning, 32″ LG flat screen televisions, wireless and DSL

The Verb Hotel

This kitschy lair was once the Fenway Motor Lodge, and it has retained a nostalgic, only-in-Boston vibe. Local rock memorabilia line the walls, and the staff is quick with helpful insider suggestions on what to see and do. The house restaurant, Japanese pub Hojoko, serves sushi, tempura, and grilled meats;

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