Top Things To Do in Fenway Neighborhood

The City of Boston has experienced a lot of development over the past decade. One of the neighborhoods that has completely changed and turned into a foodie hotspot is Fenway neighborhood which borders onto nearby Back Bay and Brookline.
A historic mural on a brick wall inside Fenway Park, Boston. 

Here are our top 10 things to do and see in the Fenway area besides our Fenway Food Tour. ​We will continue to add to this list so check back in for more ideas, and we hope to hear yours too!

Visit the Leif Erikson Statue near Charlesgate East and read up on its silly history


Take a Fenway Park Tour or Catch a Red Sox Game


Listen to Music at Berklee, the Boston Pops or Symphony, the Boston Conservatory, or anywhere on Landsdowne Street like the House of Blues


Explore the Museum of Fine Arts and Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum


Bike, Jog, or Walk the Emerald Necklace, and visit the Kelleher Rose Garden


Visit Restaurant Row (Petersborough Street) and try creative soft serve at Hidyan Cafe.


Explore amazing restaurants on a historical walking Food Tour!


Try a Cooking Class at Mei Mei Kitchen


Go Bowling at Jillian’s or Lucky Strike


Take an electronic scooter all the way around Brookline


People-watch: grab a seat at Citizens, Cask N’ Flagon, Baseball Tavern, the Verb Hotel patio, and enjoy city life.


Our Fenway Food Tour runs every Saturday at 10am, except 1pm home games. We can’t wait to host you. Book today via For more ideas, the website also has some wonderful activities listed.

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