As today is Veterans Day, the recently-crowned World Series champion Red Sox have made it known that they’re offering free tours of Fenway Park to any military veteran or active-duty member. The tours will start today at 10 a.m. and run until the final tour of day begins at 5 p.m.

To get a ticket for a tour, head to the ticket booth at Gate D. The Gate is located at the corner of famous Yawkey Way and Van Ness Street. Anyone who wants to use the deal just has to present a form of military identification.

Ensconced inside the 101-year-old Fenway Park, the Red Sox thrived this past season, winning the American League East title and storming to their seventh World Series title. Interestingly (in case you haven’t heard it mentioned roughly 463,964 times in the last month), the Sox clinched this year’s championship at Fenway for the first time since 1918 (95 years). Previously, they had won the 2004 and 2007 World Series titles on the road (in St. Louis and Colorado respectively).


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