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If you are heading to Fenway Park in Boston, this Fenway Park Parking Guide will instruct you how to purchase a parking pass in advance and also discuss where the most popular Fenway Park parking garages are located. There are several large parking areas located very near to the stadium.
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These are three of the most popular ways to purchase a parking pass for Fenway Park:
- Buy a parking pass from the Red Sox Parking Page via SpotHero.
- Buy a Parking Pass from online ticket brokers like Ticketmaster, StubHub, and Vivid Seats.
- Use other parking apps like ParkWhiz to reserve a nearby parking spot.
Although there are several large parking garages located very near Fenway Park, the Red Sox officially partner with two specific garages. In this article, we will focus on how to reserve a Red Sox parking pass in advance and also discuss the locations of the most popular stadium parking garages.
Where to Buy a Fenway Park Parking Pass
Buying a Parking Pass from the Team
You can go to the team website (www.mlb.com/redsox) and visit the parking page where you can purchase a parking spot to your game via SpotHero.
The Red Sox officially partner with the two parking garages listed above, but you can also purchase parking for other garages near the stadium.
The address for the Prudential Center Garage is 800 Boylston Street and the address for the Clarendon Street Garage is 100 Clarendon Street. In general, Fenway Park advises fans to park in garages on the same side of the stadium you are coming from.
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Buying a Parking Pass from Ticket Brokers
You can also purchase a Fenway Park parking pass through online ticket brokers such as Ticketmaster, StubHub, and Vivid Seats. Some fans like to browse these sites to find the best prices.
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Fenway Park Parking Garage Locations
Fenway Park Clarendon Street Garage
The Fenway Park Clarendon Street Garage is one of the official Red Sox parking garages. The address is 100 Clarendon Street. There are two entrances to the garage but only monthly parkers can enter via the Trinity Place entrance.
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There are approximately 2,000 parking spaces in this garage. Here is a Google Street view of the Clarendon Street entrance into the garage. As mentioned, unless you are a monthly parker, avoid the Trinity Place entrance.
Fenway Park Prudential Center Garage
The Fenway Park Prudential Center Parking Garage is one of the official Red Sox parking garages. The address is 800 Boylston Street. There are several entrances to the garage.
Yes, it does cost to park at this garage. This is where you can view the current price of Fenway Park parking passes available for Red Sox games at Vivid Seats (paid affiliate link takes you to VividSeats.com).
There are approximately 2,000 parking spaces in this garage. Here is a Google Street view from Boylston street and Ring Street. As mentioned, there are several entrances into this garage, which is very convenient.
Other Fenway Park Parking Options
The two garages we discussed above are official parking lots of the Boston Red Sox. But there are several other garages near the stadium that you should consider for Fenway Park parking. Here are some of the most popular options:
If you need to do a deeper dive on all parking options, visit our Fenway Park Parking page.
Fenway Park Parking Contact Info
Any information is provided “as is” with no guarantee of completeness, meaning much of this information is subject to change, and although we do our best to keep these guides updated, we can’t guarantee accuracy at all times. For all official parking information, we urge you to contact the team or Fenway Park staff. Contact information is below: