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Boston Faneuil Hall Market Place

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

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Faneuil Hall Marketplace - Boston Shopping, Dining & Street Theatre

A stop on the celebrated Freedom Trail that dates from 1742, Faneuil Hall Marketplace features numerous shops and restaurants along with a cobblestone promenade full of street performers. Comprised of four destinations: North Market, South Market, Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall, this historic gathering spot is the city's central meeting place. Attracting more than 18 million visitors each year, Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston, MA is located within walking distance to our downtown hotel.
 

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10AM-7PM Monday to Thursday, 10A-9PM Friday to Saturday, 12PM-6PM Sunday
 

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Events

  • Blink! A Light and Sound Extravaganza
  • Summer Concert Series
  • 4th of July Harborfest Opening Ceremony
 
 

Activities

  • Street theatre
  • Freedom Trail
  • Dining
  • Shopping
 

Street Performers

Entertaining street performers charm the crowds with all kinds of live performances. Listen to musicians and watch jugglers, painters, comics, acrobats, break dancers, magicians, dancers, living statues, yo-yo artists and more.

Dining

Choose from 14 different restaurants and pubs in this popular dining destination, including Ned Devine’s Irish Pub, Cheers and Anthem Kitchen + Bar. You’ll also find 36 international food vendors inside the Quincy Market Colonnade.

FAQs

  • How many and what types of shops are there are Faneuil Hall Marketplace?

    Over 100 shops and specialty carts fill the area, selling everything from New England crafts and gourmet treats to souvenirs, fashion and sports apparel. Browse at stores like Boston Pewter Company, Cheers Gift Shop, Urban Outfitters and Wicked Good Cupcakes.
  • When was Faneuil Hall built?

    Boston’s famous marketplace was built in 1742 by the city’s wealthiest merchant and given to the city as a gift. Home to vendors and orators, this public gathering place played an important part in the American Revolution.

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