from $8 per person
Get ready for the best Fenway Bar Crawl and Red Sox History Tour! This 1 mile walking experience takes about 2 hours to complete. It’s designed as the perfect “pre-game” experience to explore the historic Fenway Park neighborhood bars that built Red Sox Nation. Whether you have tickets to the game or not, this tour will put you in the heart of Fenway.
Best of all, the Fenway Bar Crawl is private. It’s just you and your friends working together to solve puzzles, answer trivia, and compete for the top spot on the leaderboard! You’ll discover the area around baseball’s oldest stadium while getting a taste of its rich history and enjoying a great time with your friends or family. Millions of fans and tourists visit historic Fenway Park every year. Brews & Clues is an unforgettable way to learn more about the history of baseball, Boston, and beer!
You and your team will start on Brookline Ave at one of Red Sox Nation’s most popular sports bar and end in the shadow of Fenway Park’s Green Monster—using some of the area’s best bars and pubs to guide you along the way. You have never experienced Fenway like this. What are you waiting for? Put a team together and get after it!
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Whether or not you’re a wicked huge Red Sox fan, no trip to Boston is complete without a visit to historic Fenway Park – America’s oldest baseball stadium. Built in 1912, Fenway is a national monument to America’s pastime. The park itself is iconic Boston – the Pesky Pole, the Green “Monstah”, and the famous centerfield “triangle”.
The neighborhood surrounding Fenway has become a popular destination for tourists looking to get a peek at the park while having a few beers and enjoying a piece of baseball history. If it’s a game day, you won’t need to buy a ticket to hear 42,000 Sox fans sing “Sweet Caroline” in the 8th inning!
No trip to Fenway is complete without a beer at the Bleacher Bar (literally inside Fenway) or the Cask ‘n Flagon – one of the country’s best sports bars as voted on by ESPN. Both are included on this tour!
Anytime is a good time to get outside with friends, but the best time for a Brews & Clues tour is when all the bars are serving.
Meet at the starting location, create a team name, and log in with your team. The tour will guide you through the city while you explore historic landmarks, learn local history, answer trivia questions, and solve puzzles. As you go, you’ll be guided to some of the best bars in town!
Tours typically take 3-4 hours to complete, but every team goes at their own pace. There is no time limit. We encourage people to make a day of it and enjoy each location as long as they want without feeling rushed.
No drinks are included with the price of your Brews & Clues ticket. From time to time on the tour, we may recommend our local favorites, but ultimately it’s up to you to decide what (and how much) you drink along the way.
In order to answer some questions on your tour, you’ll be asked to go in and out of bars, pubs and tap rooms. Some of those places, depending on the time of day, may restrict entry to anyone under 21.
Absolutely. We designed Brews & Clues to work on any smartphone without the need to download an app. As long as you can get on the internet, you can access the tour.
We have several team sizes available for different groups of people. When you’re purchasing your tour choose the size that works for you.
No worries—drinking is not required on the tour. Whether you drink or not, the experience is designed as fun, interactive and challenging for everyone to enjoy. Even without a buzz, we’re confident that you’ll have a good time.
We’ve built a help guide within the app if you have any questions as you go. If that doesn’t solve your problem, our team is always just an email away. Just shoot us a note at: email@example.com
It was a lot of fun! You didn’t feel like it was nearly 3 miles long because the stops are nicely spaced out. You get to experience a lot of historical landmarks while enjoying some equally great bars and pubs! The trivia is fun and challenging with a few tricky questions 😉 We liked that it was self guided and we were able to go at our own pace.