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Faneuil Hall

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1 Faneuil Hall Square
Suffolk County, MA 02109

 (617) 635-3105

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"It's actually in Cambridge, but close to Faneuil Hall"  See More

"Here are somethings to consider: Freedom Trail (If you enjoy walking/biking - consists of 16 stops) Here's the"  See More

"A popular thing for tourists is to go to Faneuil Hall and get a bread bowl of clam chowder."  See More

"Some ideas in no particular order: 1) Freedom Trail on a Segway 2) Faneuil Hall 3) Free Hatch Shell Concert !"  See More

"A lot of office buildings although it borders Faneuil Hall, a popular shopping area for visitors."  See More

"I love the New England Aquarium from that area you can take a sail boat for amazing views of Boston Horbor with Come Sail Away Now If you are more into museums there is the Museum of Fine Arts and the Institute of Contemporary Art A typically tourist thing to do, and free to walk around would be to follow the Freedom Trail and visit Faneuil Hall for some amazing eats."  See More

"Treat yourself to a slice of pizza or cannoli at Mike's Pastry :) Walk the Freedom Trail See Faneuil Hall See Fenway Park - depending on the time of year, you can buy tickets to tour America's most loved ballpark."  See More

"Faneuil Hall, a trip with the Duck Tours ,Go Whale Watch, Also a visit to Plymouth (Massachusetts) could be interesting, John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston Symphony Orchestra and lots more."  See More

"I am not a big fan of touristy Faneuil Hall but I will admit Ned Devine's has some awesome chowder."  See More

"You will also be near Faneuil Hall- the most amazing food court, stores AND outdoor entertainment- jugglers, etc."  See More

"Faneuil Hall is close and you could get food and souvenirs."  See More

"Faneuil Hall always has a great crowd and then aquarium is a short walk from those shops."  See More

"You should stop by the Boston National Historical Park visitor centers Service located at Faneuil Hall (not on State Street -- they moved) and pick up some free, informative info."  See More

"Boston is a great city to visit with children? MUST go to the Boston Children's Museum ..."  See More

"If you're staying near TD Graden your best bet to see Boston is the North End and Faneuil Hall areas."  See More

"I recommend not eating at the restaurants Faneuil Hall."  See More

"Faneuil Hall is a great area and you can grab food for lunch or dinner."  See More

"Stop into Faneuil Hall for lunch-it's like a huge food court of local stuff."  See More

"a short walk from Faneuil Hall and a slightly longer walk from the North End)."  See More

"Hop the Subway over to Boston: New England Aquarium, Haymarket, Faneuil Hall (lots of fun with eateries and shops and the site of Patrick Henry's famous speech), up to the North End where you will find the Old North Church and amazing Italian food."  See More

"Faneuil Hall area is easy to get around, over 100 bars and restaurants very safe place, lots of fun for visitors!"  See More

"From there, you can pick and choose the historical stuff (unless there is a particular dead person you want to honor, no one needs to visit all the cemeteries on the trail), take time to check out Faneuil Hall, and plan to end at/near the North End."  See More

"If you're a foodie: Faneuil Hall is a mecca for food."  See More

"You can walk any part of the Freedom Trail including a shopping/eating stop at Faneuil Hall and historical stops at Old North Church, Old State House, and Paul Revere House."  See More

"You can do great tourist stuff too, like Faneuil Hall, John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and if the season is right-Fenway Park."  See More

"Visit 2-3 days - many museums, historic walks, amazing aquarium, Faneuil Hall ( food and shops),great restaurants- seafood."  See More

"I grew up in Boston and have never bothered with Cheers Boston, and Faneuil Hall is mostly a tourist destination or where college kids are getting rowdy."  See More

"The North End​ is a very interesting stop. You can walk the freedom trail, see The Paul Revere House​ and the Old North Church​. It is a nice Italian neighborhood in Boston. There are too many restaurants to determine the best one but Regina Pizzeria​ is a must and Modern Pastry​ for cannoli is essential. From the North End you can go to Faneuil Hall​ or TD Garden​ or the waterfront. The Aquarium​ is also there along with pick up for the duck boats and the town trolly. There is public transportation there as well. You will be best off if you don't stay in Boston Proper to take the subway (public transportation) since garages are quite costly and street parking almost non existent! It will be a part of your trip you will remember! If you are a baseball fan I highly suggest visiting Fenway Park​ even if you are not a Sox fan. It is one of the smallest parks and the tour is interesting and on mine we did get to go to almost all areas of the field. You can't go wrong with Boston there is something for everyone! Enjoy!"

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