The Hall of Farnar on the Freedom Road in Boston was built by the wealthy businessman Peter Farnar in 1742 and was originally a marketplace for city-wide gatherings and free discussion before the outbreak of the War of Independence. It has seen numerous meetings and speeches by patriots, and is thus called the cradle of freedom, which has played an important role in American history. The three-story red-brick building, a stately Greek complex, was reopened in August 1976 after extensive renovations. Inside the hall, the wall read: It was a witness to the important moment when Boston was founded.
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Faneuil Hall is a building on the Freedom Trail, and the red brick exterior wall is easy to recognize. Faneuil Hall was a place of historical significance during the American Civil War. If you are interested, you can visit it.
This is a building on the Freedom Road. The tour guide introduced the history of Faneuil Hall. A very beautiful architectural feature, the decoration inside is relatively simple, and there are activities inside. Our group went sightseeing and visited for a while at the door and said to leave
Although I was so exhausted from more than a month of travel, I still enjoyed this place. Shops, decorated horse carriages, Its located near the waterfront and sometimes referred to as "the Cradle of Liberty
Great market with lots of food option. It can get very crowded so go during non peak time
The Faneuil Hall Marketplace is housed in historic old buildings including the market hall and old town hall. In today's times, Quincy Market is food hall with quick serve vendors, and is surrounded by plenty of shops, both touristy and modern, big name stores, and some restaurants. There's a beautiful dome ceiling, so don't forget to look up. The plaza itself is very pretty with its cobblestones and lighted trees, especially in winter. There's also often street performers putting on a show in the plaza.
Tourist spot for sure so don't eat the french fries. Clam chowdah is a must. Lobster roll is better near Derby.
Preston_Dominguez: 1 Faneuil Hall Sq，Boston， MA 02109
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Boston Common,Freedom Trail,Boston Public Library,Trinity Church,Old North Church