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Dine, Shop, and Experience Faneuil Hall History

Situated near Boston's waterfront, Faneuil Hall is a popular stop on the Freedom Trail filled with shops, restaurants, cafes, and a myriad of street performers to capture your attention. Referred to as the Cradle of liberty, this festive marketplace has been a part of Boston's history since its 1742, as it once served as the meeting place for speeches given by Samuel Adams and John F. Kennedy. On the top floor, stop by the museum of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts, adding to its historical flair.




Hours vary, but typically 10 am - 9 pm; 10 am - 7 pm (Winter), and Sundays: noon to 6 pm.
Holiday hours may vary; Restaurant hours may vary




  • Harborfest
  • Movies at the Marketplace
  • Summer Concert Series
  • Holiday Festival
  • Boston Comic Con
  • Taco and Tequila Tuesdays


  • Shopping
  • Dining
  • Street Performances
  • Freedom Trail Tours
  • Entertainment
  • Sightseeing


  • What kind of shops are at Faneuil Hall Marketplace?

    With over 100 boutiques, shops, and specialty kiosks, visitors can expect to find apparel from stores like Coach, Victoria's Secret, Sephora, and Ann Taylor, as well as a plethora of souvenir shops and specialty stores including Revolutionary Boston and Christmas Boston.
  • Where can I park near Faneuil Hall?

    There are a variety of parking lots surrounding Faneuil Hall, which are open 24/7. The 75 State Street Garage entrance is located on 5 Broad Street offering lowered rates on nights and weekends. Print out a coupon to enjoy discounted rates every day.

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