Discovering The Many Neighborhoods of Boston – Fenway/Kenmore

Fenway is famous for being the home  of Fenway Park (where the Boston Red Sox play), the famous Citgo sign, Museum of Fine Arts, The Landmark Center, and Kenmore Square. This area of the city is named after the Fenway, a main thoroughfare laid out by Frederick Law Olmsted.
This area is also home to many of Boston’s universities such as The Art Institute of Boston, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Northeastern University, the New England Conservatory,  Berklee College of Music, The Boston Conservatory, Massachusetts College of Art, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Simmons College, Wheelock College, and Emmanuel College just to name a few.
Speaking of universities, EC Boston has partnerships with many of the above listed colleges! Come swing by the front desk to learn more about our University Foundation Program with helps students apply to many of the colleges listed above as well as others throughout the city.

You can access the Fenway/Kenmore area by the Green T Line – Kenmore Station, Museum of Fine Arts, of Fenway stops.