Fenway-- a Home for Red Sox Fans, and Now Bay State College Students
Thinking about living on campus? With our new residence hall in Fenway, Bay State students will now be surrounded by Newbury, Back Bay, Downtown, and Fenway-- a blend of history, culture, and nightlife.
So what's there to do in Fenway?
- Fenway Park of course!
Arguably one of the biggest attractions in Boston, the Fenway neighborhood gains its fame from the home of the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park. Whether attending a Red Sox game or just walking around Jersey Street, the Fenway area is a great way to feel the lively atmosphere of Boston and its fans.
Looking for a calm, serene afternoon? The Museum of Fine Arts is the perfect place to relax and enjoy some world-famous collections. Be sure to devote some time to the Art of Americas wing!
With a variety of restaurants, shops, and entertainment, Kenmore Square is the perfect place to please anymore. You can even visit the CITGO sign of Boston (now a historic landmark) and sightsee the beautiful, rustic apartment buildings.
Want to get some exercise with a nice view? At the Charles River, you can do just that. Walk alongside the river, rent a kayak or sailboat, or practice some yoga on the grass.
Another city within Boston with a variety of amazing shops and eateries. C Fruit Life and Beard Papa's are just a couple of the delicious spots to check out for a sweet indulgence. And don't forget check out Brighton Music Hall where our Entertainment Management produce a concert each year!
Fenway is a vibrant collegiate community and the perfect spot for our new and returning students to explore and meet new people! There's much more beyond Fenway and it's just a train ride away! Learn more about the Back Bay area (where classes are held) here.