Whether you’re attending a Red Sox game, touring the ballpark, or planning a private event, National Charter Bus can handle all your transportation logistics for your group travels to Fenway Park and around Boston. Our team of transportation experts is available 24/7 to pair you with the perfect charter bus, minibus, or custom fleet for your group’s size and needs. Call 617-275-8102 today for a free, no-obligation quote!
The oldest ballpark still in use by Major League Baseball, Fenway Park grants visitors an inside perspective to the history of the sport from within the heart of one of the United States’ oldest cities. Since its construction in 1912, the ballpark has played host to a number of sports teams throughout the years and is the current home of the Boston Red Sox. With the ability to seat only 37,755 baseball fans, Fenway Park is known throughout the league as one of the smallest arenas in the Major Leagues, offering fans a close and personal game day experience that’s a stone’s throw away from many other popular destinations. The surrounding Fenway neighborhood, the park’s namesake, is considered a cultural and educational hub in Boston, with 18 colleges and universities, world-renowned medical research centers and hospitals, and a lively nightlife scene. Ballpark patrons can easily access the district’s museums and Symphony Hall, as well as some of the best sports bars and music venues in the city, making Fenway Park a go-to attraction for tourists and locals alike.
Ready to see the Red Sox in action on their home turf? Make your game day experience that much more personalized and easier with a bus rental from National Charter Bus. Whether you’re in town from cities like New Haven, New York, or Philadelphia or you’re a local in need of a ride across town, a private transportation service can simplify all of your Boston travels. Let us handle the transportation so you can make the most your experience in Red Sox Nation.
As veteran fans and Boston residents can tell you, parking around Fenway Park and throughout the Fenway neighborhood is extremely limited. While the ballpark partners with the nearby Clarendon Garage, Ipswich Garage, and Prudential Center for parking services, these lots combined only accommodate 4,150 vehicles at maximum capacity. Even worse, these premium spaces can cost more than $20 per vehicle on regular season game days.
Between coordinating carpools, finding walkable parking spaces, or hailing enough rideshares to safely transport everyone, arranging transportation for your next trip to Fenway Park can be tedious and costly without the proper planning. Forgo these headaches and expenses by reserving a private transportation shuttle for your group of fanatics. National Charter Bus offers a predictable price point that on average costs less per person than other transportation services, and your professional driver will handle all the navigation and parking details for you.
For example, as early as two hours before games, visitors can expect traffic delays along Brookline Avenue, Beacon Street, Commonwealth Avenue, and Kenmore Square, and routes along Storrow Drive have height restrictions for oversized vehicles. However, with a local driver behind the wheel, your group can traverse the pre-game traffic with ease. Arrange with your driver to drop you off away from these heavily-trafficked streets, park off-site while you enjoy the game, and pick you up when you’re ready to head home. Simply plan out your perfect itinerary and let a professional streamline all your Fenway Park travel plans.
Fenway Park’s history, riverside location, and 11 versatile venues make it one of the best options for private events in the Boston area. These spaces can accommodate anywhere from 20 to 20,000 people and are reservable all year. The park even offers customizable add-ons, including walking tours, guest access to the field, and photo-ops with the team’s mascots. From business dinners to casual team outings, birthday parties to fundraisers, the ballpark offers a wide variety of reservation services and catering options for events of all shapes and sizes.
While planning your next private engagement, why not arrange your transportation to and from the event? With a bus rental from National Charter Bus, you can enjoy your event while we take care of the details. From a sleek, all-black or all-white fleet sure to impress your high-brow clients at the next corporate get-together, to an ongoing minibus shuttle for your next private celebration, we can connect you to the best rental plan for your event. We have access to a variety of bus sizes, ranging from an 18-passenger minibus to a charter bus that can accommodate 56 people, to several options in between. You can even upgrade your rentals with amenities like free WiFi, power outlets, and extra storage compartments for your passengers’ convenience and comfort.
Want to learn more about the ballpark or just kill some time before the next game? Explore the home field of baseball legends like Ted Williams and Carlton Fisk through a one-hour walking tour of all the park’s features! Tours are available year-round between 9am and 5pm most non-game days, and up to three hours before game time during the regular season. Visitors can select from a variety of tour options, from birthday specials to educational school outings, with discounts for groups of 12 or more who reserve in advance.
Tour highlights can include:
This left-field giant is the tallest outfield wall in Major League Baseball and the namesake of Red Sox mascot Wally the Green Monster. Towering over 37 feet high, this wall is the bane of many would-be home runners throughout baseball history.
Among the sea of green right field bleachers, there is one lone red seat: Section 42, Row 37, Seat 21. This seat marks where the longest home run in Fenway history landed. On June 9, 1946, Ted Williams landed this 502-foot homer, and the ball broke through a fan’s large straw hat in this very seat.
Due to its short distance from home plate, this pole on the right field foul line is covered in dents from many foul balls hitting it over the years. It is named after former Red Sox player Johnny Pesky, who hit his six home runs at Fenway around the pole and never off it.
Planning a school field trip to this historically significant Boston landmark? No problem! National Charter Bus only charters state-of-the-art vehicles with the latest safety features and amenities not available on traditional school buses. We also only work with professional drivers with spotless driving records and background checks, so you can rest assured your little baseball fans will arrive safe and sound.
No matter what brings you to Fenway Park, National Charter Bus is dedicated to finding the ideal transportation plan for your group. We offer a variety of services, from sports teams to weddings to private transportation, so we’re sure to streamline your travels. Call our reservation specialists today at 617-275-8102 to learn about the services we offer and for personalized assistance in all your Fenway Park travel endeavors!