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Fenway-Kenmore

A lively neighborhood with many features.

Fenway-Kemore is most recognized as the home of Fenway Park and the Red Sox. But, it’s also home to cultural institutions like the Museum of Fine Arts and Symphony Hall. You’ll also find the nation’s first public school, Boston Latin School. There are also several schools for higher education.

Students and young professionals love the area for the clubs on Lansdowne Street. Frederick Law Olmsted designed the neighborhood’s main green space, the Back Bay Fens. The Fenway surrounds this lush park.

To reach a neighborhood liaison for Fenway-Kenmore, email contactons@boston.gov or call 617-635-3485.

Fenway-Kenmore
Boston, MA 02115

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