Fenway–Kenmore is an official neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. While it is considered one neighborhood for administrative purposes, it is composed of numerous distinct sections (East Fenway, West Fenway, Audubon Circle, Kenmore Square) that, in casual conversation, are almost always referred to as “Fenway,” “Kenmore Square,” or “Kenmore.” Furthermore, the Fenway neighborhood is divided into two sub-neighborhoods commonly referred to as East Fenway/Symphony and West Fenway.

Perhaps most recognized as the home of Fenway Park and the Boston Red  Sox, Fenway/Kenmore also boasts many of the City’s top cultural  institutions, including the Museum of Fine Arts and Symphony Hall.  Fenway/Kenmore also has a strong academic presence, including Boston  Latin School, America’s first public school, as well as several  institutions of higher learning such as, Northeastern University, Boston University, and many more. Many of these undergraduate students,  as well as young people throughout the city, are drawn to the lively  bars and clubs along Lansdowne Street. The Fenway is another central  thoroughfare that encircles the Back Bay Fens, the neighborhood’s  preeminent green space, which was designed by Frederick Law Olmstead.