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Enjoy Thrilling MA Sports – From the Celtics to the Revolution
Starting with MLB’s Boston Red Sox, fans finally got their wish when they finally broke their curse for the first time in decades when they won the team's sixth World Championship in 2004 (and again in 2007). Still playing in the oldest standing baseball stadium in the country, Fenway Park, the Red Sox have grown to be one of Boston’s biggest draws. Fenway, which just turned 100 in 2012, continues to bring in big crowds, and even has its own anthem, Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline.” Playing host to some of the hottest tickets in town, Fenway has become one of Boston’s premier entertainment venue.
The Boston Garden, AKA, TD Garden is a multi-purpose arena built in 1995, and home to hockey's Boston Bruins and basketball's Boston Celtics. Built in 1995, the Garden hosts many sporting events, concerts, and expos throughout the year, but the action really heats up during the fall for exciting NBA action when the Celtics take the floor, and when the Boston Bruins hit the ice with hockey season. TD Garden is also home to The New England Sports Museum, which exhibits all sports in the Boston area, including the Boston Marathon.
Massachusetts shows pride for all of their home teams, but it’s safe to say that the NFL’s New England Patriots are considered their prized possession. Playing on their home field at Gillette Stadium, just 45 minutes south of Boston, the Patriot’s hit the field in September and play through to February for the Super Bowl. Head to Gillette Stadium to catch a Patriot’s game, a New England Revolution soccer game, tailgate, or to visit Patriot Place, a 1.3 million square-foot entertainment center which includes an open mall, health center, movie theatre, and "The Hall" museum, showcasing the New England Patriots' accomplishments and multiple Super Bowl championships.
Visit Fenway Park for Boston Red Sox Baseball
This summer, as you make your way through eastern Massachusetts and the Boston area, be sure to visit Fenway Park and enjoy Boston Red Sox baseball. The Red Sox have a legion of fans, stretching across the globe – be just one of the many thousands on any given night cheering.
Fenway Park is located in central Boston, just minutes from the New England Aquarium and Boston National Historic Park. Built in 1912, Fenway Park is an iconic and legendary ballpark – it's an ideal destination for the baseball fan in your family.
You can find sterling accommodations in downtown Boston, or enjoy a pleasant stay in nearby cities like Waltham and Quincy. Finding your way to Fenway for a Sox game is easy with I-90 running east-to-west through the heart of Boston, and I-93 taking you north and south. The MLB season begins in early April and plays out through the end of September.
Check Out Exciting Boston Celtics Basketball
With their iconic green and white uniforms, rafters lined with championship banners, and a long and rich history of basketball prominence, the Boston Celtics are a popular area attraction. With fans spread across the state and on a global level, the Celtics are a near must see when you visit Boston during the fall.
You'll want to experience the fast paced action of the NBA and the Celtics up close – plan a trip to the TD Garden. Home to the Celtics since it opened in 1995, TD Garden is a stunning piece of architecture along the Boston skyline. Visit from nearby cities like Waltham, Cambridge and Quincy – all yielding short and scenic drives into the Boston area.
The NBA season begins in late October and winds up near the end of April – a visit to eastern Massachusetts and the Boston area during fall will yield more than just dunks, swats, and nothing-but-net three point shots. You'll want to soak in all the fall foliage you can while you're visiting. If it's a winter visit you've got on your mind, make your way north just a bit and check out tremendous skiing and snowboarding.
The Celtics consistently prove to be a rousing source of local pride and entertainment, and with a bounty of local attractions and historic sites, your visit to Boston this fall is sure to create long lasting memories.
Explore MA in the Fall for Patriots Football
Plan a trip into eastern Massachusetts for the fall – there's no better time to catch the exciting action of New England Patriots football. Playing within the Eastern Division of the NFL's American Football Conference, the Patriots call Gillette Stadium home.
You'll discover Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, a scenic and lush town south of downtown Boston and only minutes from Sharon. As one of the most popular teams in the NFL, the Patriots have a broad fan base – come Sundays during the season, fans travel in from Massachusetts cities like Rockland and Waltham.
The Patriots were established in 1959 and have seen their share of success, winning multiple division championships, conference championships, and Super Bowls. Join the excitement this fall at Gillette Stadium.
Before game time rolls around, explore the area and enjoy the rich traditions and history. Make a day of it and head north for a tour Boston. Check out Harvard University and take a peek at the Ivy League life, or head east and visit Plymouth Rock.
TD Garden Hosts Thrilling Boston Bruins Games
Plan your next fall visit into Massachusetts and set aside time for a trek into Boston. Fall yields a background of picturesque foliage, but it's also a time for hard hits, hat tricks, and kick saves – it's Boston Bruins hockey season.
Visit downtown Boston and head for the TD Garden, an icon piece of the Boston sports landscape, and home ice of the Bruins. The TD Garden has been the home of the Bruins since it opened in 1995. The NHL season begins in mid to late October most years, and plays through the following May – keep that date range in mind when planning for an exciting night of wrist shots, face offs, and plenty of crushing hits.
Before you find yourself among more than 17,000 raucous fans at TD Garden, spend the morning and afternoon enjoying a bit of what Boston and the surrounding area has to offer. Check out the New England Aquarium, or stroll through Boston National Historic Park. If your visit has you facing icy temperatures and snow-lined streets, embark on a thrilling skiing adventure at area ski spots like the Nashoba Valley Ski Area.
The thrills and spills of the NHL and the Boston Bruins are sure to entertain you and the family this fall when you visit Boston. Nearby cities with an ease of access include Waltham, Quincy, and Cambridge.
Hit the Pitch with the New England Revolution
With a continuing boom in popularity across the US, soccer can now be considered a major professional sport across the country. Boston, and the general state of Massachusetts, has a legion of dedicated and excited fans – the New England Revolution is the team they support.
A charter member of Major League Soccer, the Revolution have been exciting fans on the pitch since 1995, when the league was founded. The MLS season kicks off in March and plays through late October. Plan your visit for the Boston area and Foxborough during those days and catch a glimpse of all the action. The Revolution call Gillette Stadium home, and are headquartered in Foxborough, just south of Boston and Sharon.
Massachusetts, and in particular the eastern region, yields some excellent summer and fall adventures. Along with Exciting soccer matches, you'll want to visit Harvard University – found in Cambridge, don't pass on a tour of the iconic school. If you visit near the end of the MLS season, expect to be awed by the natural beauty of the fall foliage.