Quincy Market (Faneuil Hall)

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Quincy Market is Boston’s first marketplace. This area is also known as Faneuil Hall, where this market is made up of three buildings: Quincy, North, and South Markets. 

Today, it remains to be one of Boston’s most popular tourist attractions. Here, small vendors sell everything from glass blown beads to homemade cookies. The market also has places to eat, with countless fast-food booths and restaurants. During the day, large crowds of people circle around the front of Quincy Market to watch various street performances like juggling and acrobatic routines.

The market also has places to eat, with countless fast-food booths and restaurants. During the day, large crowds of people circle around the front of Quincy Market to watch various street performances like juggling and acrobatic routines.

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Open M-Sa until 9 p.m. and Su until 6 p.m. Located on North Market Street.

You can easily access here by the T (Subway) 

  • Blue Line to Aquarium/Faneuil Hall
  • Green Line Haymarket, North Station, Park Street, or Government Center
  • Orange Line to State Street or Haymarket
  • Red Line to Park Street
  • Commuter Rail to North Station or South Station

http://www.faneuilhallmarketplace.com/


Our address

GPS:
42.3601797, -71.0569505
Web:
http://www.faneuilhallmarketplace.com/

Opening Hours

Monday:
until 9pm
Tuesday:
until 9pm
Wednesday:
until 9pm
Thursday:
until 9pm
Friday:
until 9pm
Saturday:
until 9pm
Sunday:
until 9pm

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