Insider Tips for Bringing Kids to Fenway

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A Red Sox game at Fenway Park with kids is an amazing experience. There is so much for children to see and do both inside and outside the park.

You might even catch a special game day like Star Wars Day if you’re lucky.

The general tips and tricks for seeing a Red Sox game at Fenway also apply to kids, with a few extra tips to remember when you’re bringing young children to a game.

Fenway Park with Kids

Once you arrive at Fenway Park, you will immediately see all the fun there is to have before you even enter the park.

Head to Jersey Street and Gate A to find the stilt walker who throws balls to the kids, visit the gift shops for a hat and jersey for the game, and enjoy the bustle of a great day at Fenway Park.

If you plan on attending a Worcester Red Sox game, see our tips for attending a WooSox game at Polar Park.

Is There a Child Discount at Fenway Park?

No, a discounted ticket price isn’t available for children at Fenway, but children under two are free if they sit on a ticketed guest’s lap.

Can You Bring a Diaper Bag into Fenway?

Yes, you can bring a diaper bag into the park. Diaper bags will be searched at the gate just like any other bag or purse, so be sure only to carry the essentials needed to care for your child.

Are Strollers Allowed Inside Fenway Park?

You can bring a small stroller inside Fenway Park for the littlest Red Sox fans, as long as they can fold up and be stowed at or under your seat.

A lightweight umbrella stroller is your best bet because Fenway is an old park and isn’t known for its spacious seating areas.

Family Restrooms

Using a family restroom is much easier when bringing children to a crowded place. Especially if you have children of varied ages and genders.

Thankfully, Fenway Park has five family restrooms available for your convenience.

They can be found in these locations:

  • Kids Concourse near Wally and Tessy’s bench
  • Customer Service booth at Gate E
  • Next to the elevator in the Big Concourse
  • Under Pavilion Box 14
  • On top of Pavilion Box 2

Where is the Kids Concourse at Fenway?

The Kids Concourse is located at Gate K (for kids). You can find Gate K easily by looking for the Teammates statue, which is at the corner of Ipswich and Van Ness streets, between Gates K and B.

Wally’s Clubhouse

Baseball games are long, so if your kids might be starting to get restless between the third and seventh innings, take them down to Wally’s Clubhouse, located in the Champion’s Club on the Kids Concourse.

Younger kids will have a blast with kid-friendly activities and entertainment like a visit from Wally, face painting, a balloon artist, and a beanbag toss.

There are also activities available for toddlers and a Wii for slightly older kids.

Red Sox Kid Nation 

Signing your kids up for Red Sox Kid Nation has many cool perks they will love. One is a free ticket to a Red Sox game! Check out the other swag your kids will get with their membership.

Rookie Membership (free):

  • Free ticket to a Red Sox game.
  • Lanyard with membership card.
  • Loyalty points to redeem for raffle prizes.
  • 10% discount at the Red Sox team store.
  • Exclusive email newsletters. 
  • Kid Nation pin. 

All-Star Membership (paid):

  • Free ticket to a Red Sox game.
  • All-star kit that includes a backpack, baseball glove, baseball, and lanyard with a membership card.
  • Early opportunity to redeem Kid Nation game ticket. 
  • Free shipping on domestic orders. 
  • Early access to watch batting practice on the Green Monster. 
  • Loyalty points to redeem for marketplace prizes, raffles, and experiences. 
  • 10% discount at the Red Sox team store. 
  • Exclusive email newsletters. 
  • Access to exclusive Kid Nation events. 
  • 10% discount on mascot appearances. 
  • Kid Nation pin. 
Kids' activities at Fenway Park

Sign Up for the Red Sox Newsletter

For the best time visiting Fenway Park with kids, sign up for the team newsletter for information on fun events and activities.

For instance, in June, there are a lot of kids’ activities and events at Fenway. Kids can have their picture taken with a Red Sox player and more fun stuff.

Fenway Guided Tours

How fun would it be to bring the kids on a guided tour of Fenway Park? They can go behind the scenes and will have a great story to tell their friends.

Each tour is 60-minutes long and led by an expert who will show you around the park, bring you up to the top of the Green Monster, and tell you all about the park’s history and the legendary Red Sox players.

The last tour begins four hours before the start of the game on game days and at 5:00 pm on non-game days. Get your tickets today for this unique experience.

As you can see, the Red Sox put out all the stops to make games even more fun for the little ones and, let’s face it, a little easier on their parents.

If you are spending time in Boston, you also might be interested in visiting some of the Best Kid-Friendly Museums in Boston.

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