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Fenway Park ranked 13th by TripAdvisor among all US landmarks

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Fenway isn’t “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark” for nothing. The 115-year-old baseball shrine isn’t just a stadium or an old, historic building but a sight to be seen.

In the most recent TripAdvisor ranking of the top 25 landmarks in the United States our baseball haven placed 13th.

The Boston Red Sox ballpark trails only the Golden Gate Bridge, Lincoln Memorial, Alcatraz Island, Grand Central Terminal, Statue of Liberty, USS Arizona Memorial, Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Biltmore Estate, Griffith Observatory, and the Cloud Gate (aka that shiny bean in Chicago). That’s quite the list.

Which of these would you want to spend, potentially, 15 innings (or, say, six hours) worth of time at besides Fenway? That’s right. None of them.

Fenway Park hasn’t quite reached “top 10 around world” just yet but give it another hundred years.

What do you most look forward to at Fenway?