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  2. Faneuil Hall - Wikipedia

    Faneuil Hall ( / ˈfænjəl / or / ˈfænəl /; previously / ˈfʌnəl /) is a marketplace and meeting hall located near the waterfront and today's Government Center, in Boston, Massachusetts. Opened in 1742, [2] it was the site of several speeches by Samuel Adams, James Otis, and others encouraging independence from Great Britain.

  3. Faneuil Hall - Boston National Historical Park (U.S. National ...

    Faneuil Hall is owned by the City of Boston and operated as a visitor center and historic site by the National Park Service. The National Park Service Visitor Center is located on the market (first floor) and the lower level of the building. The Great Hall is located on the second floor. The Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company occupy and ...

  4. Faneuil Hall Marketplace (Boston) - All You Need to Know ...

    1 Faneuil Hall Sq Quincy Market, Boston, MA 02109-1604. The largest area of the city, Downtown is rich with historical and iconic sites in Boston. Stroll through one of Boston’s most famous green spaces, the Boston Public Gardens, check out and make way for duckling statues, picnic under a beautiful tree overlooking the pond, and walk over ...

  5. Faneuil Hall Marketplace | Boston, MA

    America’s first retail specialty carts program began at Faneuil Hall Marketplace in 1976. Today, over 40 local vendors sell a variety of apparel, gifts, accessories and more to visitors who seek out a unique shopping experience in one of the most historic retail locations in the world. Shop Fanueil Hall.

  6. History of Faneuil Hall | About | Faneuil Hall Marketplace ...

    In 1742, Peter Faneuil, one of Boston’s wealthiest merchants, built Faneuil Hall as a gift to the city. The building would serve as a meeting hall and a permanent central marketplace. The edifice was home to merchants, fisherman, and meat and produce sellers, and provided a platform for the country’s most famous orators.

  7. Faneuil Hall | The Freedom Trail

    Faneuil Hall has served as an open forum meeting hall and marketplace for more than 270 years and has continued to provide a stage for debate on the most consequential issues of the day. It was at Faneuil Hall in 1764 that Americans first protested against the Sugar Act and the Stamp Act, setting the doctrine that would come to be known as "no ...

  8. Faneuil Hall Marketplace: The Complete Guide - TripSavvy

    The Faneuil Hall Marketplace is commonly referred to as Quincy Market, but that is just one location within it. The destination started back in 1742 when a man named Peter Faneuil, a wealthy local merchant, built the early version of the marketplace.

  9. faneuil hall marketplace (known also as quincy market), the interior - faneuil hall stock pictures, royalty-free photos & images Exterior view of Faneuil Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, 1973. antique black and white photograph of boston, massachusetts: quincy market - faneuil hall stock illustrations

  10. Boston National Historical Park | FANEUIL HALL

    Faneuil Hall is typically open daily from 9 AM to 6 PM, except when closed for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. Keep in mind that times can always change, so before making travel plans be sure to get the current schedule on the National Park Service’s official Operating Hours and Seasons web page for Boston National Historical Park.

  11. Faneuil Hall | Boston | Let's Roam Local Guide

    About The Faneuil Hall At Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall, you can sit in the meeting room where Samuel Adams and other colonists stoked the fires of the American Revolution. In the years since, Faneuil Hall has continued to be a gathering place for Americans who want to express their political dissent, from abolitionists to suffragettes.