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Fenway Park Living Museum Mission

The mission of Fenway Park Living Museum Fund, Inc., is to support Fenway Park's continued preservation and to make Fenway Park's rich history accessible to fans and the general public by supporting the collection, preservation, safeguarding and display of historic materials. The Fenway Park Living Museum collection is available for viewing to the general public year-round through Fenway Park tours.

The collection currently includes:

  • 170,000+ artifacts related to the history of Fenway Park and the Boston Red Sox
  • 24,000+ 3-D artifacts and 150,000+ photographs
  • Memorabilia from Red Sox greats such as Ted Williams, Babe Ruth and Carl Yastrzemski
  • 90 World Series team signed baseballs and 36 game-used baseball bats
  • Artifacts from the historic 2004, 2007 and 2013 World Series
  • 17 different displays, including eight located in Fenway Park concourses and eight in the Nation's Archives at the Royal Rooter's Club

Current displays:

Nation Archives

  • Fenway's early years
  • Fenway in the 1930s
  • Moments to remember: 1940s-1980s
  • Moments to remember: 1990s-2008
  • 2013 World Series display
  • World Series baseball display
  • Historic Fenway Park lockers: Ted Williams and Johnny Pesky
  • 2004, 2007 and 2013 World Series baseball bat display


  • "Teammate" display: Van Ness window
  • Fenway in the 1960s: Big Concourse
  • Fenway and the greatest generation: Gate D
  • Fenway during the Depression: Gate E
  • Historic Fenway Park ticket booths honoring 1967, 1975, 1986, 2004, 2007 and 2013
  • Red Sox at third base: Third-Base Deck
  • Red Sox and The Jimmy Fund: Behind Grandstand Section 24
  • The Boston Globe newspaper display - Gate D

To make your tax-deductible contribution, please send a check payable to Fenway Park Living Museum Fund, Inc.

Donations will support the expansion of the collection.

Mail to:
Fenway Park Living Museum Fund
c/o David Friedman
4 Yawkey Way
Boston, MA 02215

Fenway Park Living Museum Fund, Inc. is a registered 501(c)3.