Fenway-Kenmore-Audubon Circle-Longwood, often shortened to Fenway-Kenmore, is a conglomeration of neighborhoods in the southwest area of Boston. The neighborhood's western boundary runs along the Emerald Necklace Park System, just beyond Brookline Avenue. Fenway-Kenmore expands to the east, occupying the area between the Charles River and Huntington Avenue. Known primarily as home to the historic Fenway Park, this neighborhood is perfect for any baseball fan. Fenway-Kenmore is a fifteen-minute commute to downtown Boston by car and a half hour commute by the Green Line train.
Fenway-Kenmore offers up many of Boston's cultural landmarks. The neighborhood is home to the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, which has a wide collection of classic and modern art. Symphony Hall and the New England Conservatory are both in Fenway-Kenmore, providing concert venues for enjoying classical music. Several institutions for higher learning are in the neighborhood as well, including Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and Boston University.
Fenway-Kenmore has an eclectic collection of eateries, including pizzerias, sushi restaurants and food trucks spread throughout the neighborhood.
The Emerald Necklace Conservancy, a collection of six parks, runs through the heart of Fenway-Kenmore. This green space holds extensive hiking and biking trails, and athletic fields.