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New York to Boston Day Trip by Air
"Eat a light breakfast because you'll want to be hungry when you arrive in Boston only 1 short hour by air away from New York. After an early morning transfer to the airport you'l be whisked to Boston where a transfer will take you in to center Boston for a delightful sightseeing trip. On a hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour hop off any of the stops to experience the history and grandeur that make Boston what it is. Boston which dates back to the Revolutionary War offers things to do covering 300 years. Visit the Bunker Hill Monument Gibson House Museum and Paul Revere's House
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New York to Boston Day Trip by Rail
"Take the kids for a one-day experience of one of the USA's oldest cities Boston. Founded in 1630 over 100 years before the Declaration of Independence Boston was the site of the beginning of the Revolutionary War and three of the Declaration signers are buried there -- Samuel Adams John Hancock and Robert Treat Paine. After a relaxing railroad trip from New York enjoy a tour around the city
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Day Trip from Providence to Boston by Rail
"Take the kids for a one-day experience of one of the USA's oldest cities Boston. Founded in 1630 over 100 years before the Declaration of Independence Boston was the site of the beginning of the Revolutionary War and three of the Declaration signers are buried there -- Samuel Adams John Hancock and Robert Treat Paine.After a relaxing railroad trip from Providence enjoy a tour around the city
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Faneuil Hall - Quincy Market Tips (89)

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

A visit to Boston HAS TO INCLUDE going to the Faneuil Hall Marketplace! It's amazing! First we will talk about the historical significance of it. In 1742 Peter Faneuil, Boston's wealthiest merchant,...
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GracesTrips
Aug 16, 2015

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

The larger major building (27000 sq ft) of the marketplace is Quincy Hall, built in the 1820's to supplement the small Faneuil Hall. Mayor Josiah Quincy, after whom the building is named, was the...
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nicolaitan
Jan 25, 2015

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

The Fanieul Hall Marketplace is one of the ten most visited tourist sites in the world, 18 million a year, consisting of two famous historic sites, Quincy Hall and Fanieul Hall flanked by the North...
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nicolaitan
Jan 25, 2015

I Love Faneuil Hall

First Rule of Faneuil Hall - DON'T VISIT IN SUMMER Faneuil Hall consistently ranks in the top 10 on every list of the most visited tourist attractions in the United States. In 2013 it ranked #7 on a...
LupiniBeanini
Oct 01, 2014

Main Attraction of Quincy Market

the historic Faneuil Hall was once at the edge of Boston's Land as before the sea reclamations of the 18th century, it was busiest market area, together with Quinct Market and Dock Square. This Hall...
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machomikemd
Jul 11, 2014

Night Views of Quincy Market

this will be my night pictures of the market the Quincy Market is just beside historic Faneuil Hall and is the main destination for tourists and locals mainly to eat Boston's famous seafood offerings...
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machomikemd
Jul 10, 2014

Historical Market and Eating Place

this will be my things to do tips on Quincy Marketthe Quincy Market is just beside historic Faneuil Hall and is the main destination for tourists and locals mainly to eat Boston's famous seafood...
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machomikemd
Jul 10, 2014

Dock Square

Just after Carmen Park and also between Union Street and Congress Street and at North Street sits Dock Squre. the Dock Square lies just in front of the Faneuil Hall and across the entrance to Boston...
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machomikemd
Jul 09, 2014

Faneuil Hall

A cornerstone of American philosophy is the "marketplace of ideas", treating opinions like goods and allowing the strongest win through open competition. So it seems fitting that the "cradle of...
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antistar
May 24, 2013

Faneuil Hall / Quincy Market

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Faneuil Hall is also know as Quincy Market, a tourist-oriented mall downtown ....Monday - Saturday 10 AM - 9 PMSunday - Noon -6 PM~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Restaurants and pubs...
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al_mary
Mar 08, 2013

Quincy Market

This is perhaps the most vibrant center of town for people watching, equivalent to Barcelona's Las Ramblas, as it basically is a pedestrian mall that leads from the historic center of town to Boston...
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atufft
Sep 13, 2012

Faneuil Hall

There is usually something going on around Faneuil Hall. Walking through the old building...there are numerous vendors on either side of the broad walkway. Each is selling a different kind of food,...
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Pawtuxet
Mar 11, 2012
 
 
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Things to Do Near Faneuil Hall - Quincy Market

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Haymarket

The Union Oyster House is the longest-running restaurant in the United States, and is conveniently located a few minutes from Faneuil Hall. The Oyster House was first opened in 1826 in a building that...
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Holocaust Memorial

Located in North End of Boston across the street from Little Italy. The memorial can be seen from afar with it's six glass towers. The towers were erected in 1995. There is a guided tour and also a...
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Ghosts and Gravestones tour

When we were in Boston on Halloween we went on a tour of the Granary Burial Grounds in downtown Boston (on the Freedom trail). Costumed actors were giving "creepy" historical tours in the graveyard...
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Old State House

What a great idea! To use a landmark as also a metro station is genius! The Old State House is one of the oldest public buildings in the United States, built in 1712-1713. It's one of the landmarks...
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Harborwalk

As we made our way to see the USS Constitution, we found ourselves walking along an interesting path and discovered that this was the Harborwalk. We past the Charlestown Bells (see video) and found...
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New England Aquarium

Non-enclosed exhibits are always popular, draw big crowds, and the aquarium has several. All the way in the back, a pool features Northern fur seals and California sea lions and overlooks the Boston...
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Getting to Faneuil Hall - Quincy Market

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4 S Market St., Boston, MA 02109

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  • Sunday 11:00 to 02:00
  • Monday 11:00 to 02:00
  • Tuesday 11:00 to 02:30
  • Wednesday 11:00 to 02:00
  • Thursday 11:00 to 02:00
  • Friday 11:00 to 02:00
  • Saturday 11:00 to 02:00

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