Faneuil Hall Marketplace
210 locals recommend ·
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Must visit.. lots of restaurants, bars souvenirs and activities all around to see and do.
This is arguably the most historic market in Boston. I recommend to get the clam chowder in a bread basket.
Famous marketplace and meeting hall since 1743. Tons of shops, bars, and street performers.
This old marketplace is a bit commercialized now, but the buildings are still beautiful and it's worth walking around. If you want to eat some great seafood go the The Salty Dog for a meal.
offering a variety of shopping, restaurants and street performers there is so much to do in and around the area. Hop on a guided city tour, cross the street to visit the New England Aquarium or walk the Rose Kennedy Greenway. You can spend a whole day in this area.
Seriously, save yourself some time. Take a look, but don't waste your time here. It's such a tourist trap.
Historic indoor market serving an endless selection of delicacies to whet your appetite.
Great marketplace located in the heart of downtown boston --Faneuil hall, Quincy market, and south market , all set around a cobblestone promenade.many shops and eateries is a must see
Shopping center with many stores & restaurants comprising 3 historic market buildings & a promenade.
From lobster rolls to chinese food, you'll satisfy every craving you have and will top it off with dessert. Street performers.
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