Faneuil Hall Historic Site

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6 expert recommendations


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 →


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 →


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 →


Michelin Guide 54

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


Not For Tourists

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


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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