2nd Floor. Avoid kitchen on the 1st. NPS guide will give you the story. This is what Town Meetings are all about. An amazing historical room still in use.
This was my second visit to Boston. My first was in 1975! This Market is what the youngsters call 'something else'. It was very busy with families and good-humored college kids. The choice of eating places is extensive and eclectic, and everything looks fresh. The small novelty shops and boutiques are attractive and cater for every price-range. Nobody seems to... More
Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall are buildings that are next to one another in the overall Marketplace. The Quincy market of centuries ago in early America now trades in eateries instead of sheep and cattle. This long building is filled with wall to wall eateries with some of Boston's best. From seafood, to Greek, to Italian, to Chinese--it's all here.... More
A trip to Boston is not complete unless you visit Quincy Market. Much fun and bring your appetite. Lots of venders there so you can sample all different kinds of food from all parts of the world.
A shoppers Paradise! Kind of hard to describe! All of the charm of European Markets, only the Businesses have to adhere to Government Standards. Example: Butcher's & Fishmonger's Scales are tested every so often see if they are "true" and "fair" The place was exciting, and full of people and life! Lots of College students! It reminded me of 1981... More
Great fun, lively and friendly atmosphere. Makes a great break in the serious job of following the 'Freedom Trail'. In one place, choose from stalls with good quality gloves, scarves etc, all sorts of baseball stuff and souvenirs, and gape wide eyed at the massive US portions, of all sorts of sweet and savoury foods being served up. Make your... More
We came at night, and the place was lit up in nice, soft colours, giving it a very chill atmosphere. The whole place had a good vibe going, as the people there were all in high spirits and there was plenty of food and drink going around to keep things going. Interesting little shops housed in lovely, quaint buildings make... More
In US cities, it can be hard to find most of the shops you want all in one place, but Faneuil Hall Marketplace has most of them! There are also some more interesting shops and stalls, and plenty of places in Quincy Market to get food. It's a really easy one-stop place for shopping, food and a bit of sightseeing,... More
A cynic would say that it's just like any other shopping area, but I found that the place was lively and had lots of energy. While walking the Freedom Trail, it was a good place to warm up and take a break before starting on the second half of the Trail. I didn't see street performers -- maybe it was... More
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