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Frozen Fenway Features Monster Sled

Frozen Fenway

As Boston feels the bite of Mr. Frost, many a Boston baseball fan reminisces about summer nights at Fenway Park. The folks at Fenway Park knew you would be feeling this way, so they built a giant ramp called the “Monster Sled” for visitors attending this year’s Frozen Fenway festivities running from December 28, 2013 through January 13, 2014. Frozen Fenway features high school and college-level hockey, free skates, and one “Monster Sled.”

Sorry the front office could not do anything about the weather.

For an experience of a lifetime, fans have the opportunity to take a sleigh ride down a slope that stretches across the outfield. Your journey, if you so endeavor, begins close to the top of the Green Monster and ends just in front of the bullpen.

As in years past, visitors enjoy high school, college, and free skates on the rink spanning across the famed baseball diamond. While skating at Fenway is pretty cool, saying you went sledding at the park may just hold bigger bragging rights.

It doesn’t get much cooler than that if you are a Red Sox fan.

Brrrr!

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