The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) offers an extensive commuter rail system that allows fans from surrounding cities and towns to conveniently travel to Boston by train. A map of the entire commuter rail system appears at the right. Click on the appropriate line below to see more specific directions to Fenway Park.
For more information, call MBTA Customer Service and Travel Information at 617-222-3200 or 1-800-392-6100, TDD#617-222-5146.
How to get to Fenway Park by Commuter Rail
If you are traveling to Boston from a surrounding city, take the Commuter Rail. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) allows you to easily and conveniently travel to Fenway Park by train. For complete fare and schedule information, see http://www.mbta.com/schedules_and_maps/rail/.
Please note that the last outbound train on several lines may leave before the end of some Red Sox night games. Please plan accordingly and check complete schedule information.
The commuter rail lines allow you to connect to the Rapid Transit or bus network at North Station, South Station, Back Bay Station, or Ruggles Station. The Rapid Transit and bus networks will take you close to Fenway Park. Please see the Subway and Bus for more information.
Note that the Framingham/Worcester Line stops directly across the street from Fenway Park at Yawkey Station. The last outbound train that makes all stops on the Framingham/Worcester Line leaves Yawkey station at 10:31 p.m. The last outbound train that goes as far as Framingham leaves Yawkey Station at 11:36 p.m.
At North Station, follow the signs for the Green Line. Take the C or E train on the Green Line Inbound to Kenmore.
(If you get on an E train at North Station, transfer to a B, C, or D train at Copley, and go to Kenmore. It is best to take any inbound Green Line train from North Station, including the E Line, and transfer if needed.)
At South Station, follow the signs for the Red Line. Take the Red Line Inbound to Park St. Then take the B, C, or D train to Kenmore.
When exiting the station, follow the signs to Fenway Park, then turn left on Commonwealth Ave, left on Brookline Ave, and Fenway Park is just over the bridge.
$1.70 - $8.25 based on distance travelled
Note that the CharlieCard cannot be used on Commuter Rail at this time. Purchase your fare at a commuter rail station or on board from the conductor.
You can also buy a CharlieTicket for use on the Commuter Rail at Gates A, C, and E inside Fenway!
Want to avoid traffic? Park at a Commuter Rail station and take the Commuter Rail to Fenway.
Save money by parking at a Commuter Rail station. Then hop on the train and enjoy the easy ride to Fenway. For specific station information, including parking availability and handicapped accessibility, please visit http://www.mbta.com/riding_the_t/parking/ and select a transit line from the list.