Faneuil Hall Marketplace: Shopping, Dining and EntertainmentReferred to as the Cradle of liberty, this popular stop on the Freedom Trail has served as Boston's festive marketplace and meeting hall since its conception in 1742. Faneuil Hall Marketplace is located near Boston's waterfront, and spans 6.5 acres containing small shops, eateries and a variety of meeting rooms that once were the site of several speeches by Samuel Adams and John F. Kennedy. Attracting over 12 million visitors annually, the market consists of Quincy Market, South Market, North Market and Faneuil Hall. Residents and tourist alike flock to this historic landmark to see street performers such as musicians, clowns, jugglers and magicians abound.
HoursShopping & Dining Hours: 10 am - 9 pm
Restaurant hours vary.
Prices -Free entrance
- Summer Concert Series
- Holiday Festival
- Boston Comic Con
- Halloween Pet Parade
- Street Performances
Map/DirectionsDriving Direction to Faneuil Hall Marketplace
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