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Faneuil Hall Historic Site

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Top 2% in Boston About the TripExpert Score

6 expert recommendations

6

Fodor's Tick Choice

The single building facing Congress Street is the real Faneuil Hall, though locals often give that name to all five buildings in this shopping complex. Full review →

1

Frommer's 35

Built in 1742 (and enlarged using a Charles Bulfinch design in 1805), this building was a gift to Boston, which was then just a town, from prosperous merchant Peter Faneuil. Full review →

2

Lonely Planet

‘Those who cannot bear free speech had best go home,’ said Wendell Phillips. ‘Faneuil Hall is no place for slavish hearts.’. Full review →

11

Michelin Guide 54

The hall is the cornerstone of the redeveloped Faneuil Hall Marketplace, known as Quincy Market. Full review →

57

Not For Tourists

Faneuil Hall (that is, the building) dates from 1742. Full review →

9

Time Out

Built for the city by the wealthy merchant Peter Faneuil in 1742, the hall was later remodeled by ubiquitous Boston architect Charles Bulfinch. Full review →

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