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Opened in 1912, and reconstructed in 1934 to it's current dimensions, Fenway Park is one of baseball's last remaining "original" ballparks. It's intimate setting, friendly atmosphere, imposing left-field wall, and classic architecture reflect and embody all the traditions of America's national pastime. To the Red Sox's ardent & loyal fans, and baseball purists everywhere, Fenway Park is baseball.

Using the map to the right, click on a numbered bullet to view a VR panorama from that location in Fenway Park.

Fenway Park - Overhead graphic
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R E Q U I R E M E N T S

These panoramas require Apple's Quicktime version 3.0 or higher for Mac or Windows.


To view these panoramas:

  • On your computer using QuickTime:
    1. If necessary, install QuickTime v3.0 or higher on your computer. (Download it here)
    2. Download the panorama file(s).
    3. Open the panorama file in QuickTime.
  • Using your Web Browser:
    1. If necessary, perform Step (1) above.
    2. Make sure your browser's "Plug-ins" folder includes the file "QuickTime Plugin" v2.0 or higher.


Fenway Park exterior panorama
Description

Classic shot of Fenway's facade: Original brickwork is at the right, and contains the 1934 rededication plaque. Ticket Office shown in green.

Notes

Taken just prior to the start of the 1999 All-Star Game. A once-in a lifetime experience, and probably the last for this baseball treasure.

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Yawkey Way, Fenway Park
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Description

This view is from Section 23, Box 136.

Notes

Just left of the screen behind home plate, it affords an unobstructed view of batters and the very rare chance to catch wicked-fast fouls from leftie batters.

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Description

The shortest distance to a home run in Major League Baseball, it's named after Johnny Pesky, who had a certain knack for sending long balls to this vicinity.

Notes

With people moving constantly, and some fans not appreciating a camera on a tripod blocking their view, this panorama took quite a while to shoot. (Thanks for your patience!)

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Pesky Pole, Fenway Park
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Right field shed panoramic image
Description

A 230-degree panorama taken from the top of the "Shed" deep in right field (Section 1).

Notes

Argueably the "loudest" area of Fenway Park, in part due to the shape of the roof. Bottom right of photo shows visitor's bullpen and part of the Red Sox bullpen.

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Rightfield Shed, Fenway Park
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Want to see more panoramas of Fenway Park? Click here to view some excellent (and much larger) panoramas of Fenway Park's exterior, by designerscadd.com.


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