Faneuil Hall

Faneuil Hall was founded in 1742 as a central marketplace for crops and livestock in downtown Boston. As England attempted to enforce taxes on the colonies, it emerged as an important meeting place in the late 1700s, as well as providing storage space for the American military. In 1825, it expanded to Quincy, North, and South markets, which include restaurants, bars, and shops selling a variety of merchandise, collectively now known as Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Today, it is still considered Boston’s central meeting place that offers tourists and residents a historical urban marketplace with unique shops, restaurants, and outdoor entertainment.

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