Faneuil Hall is a marketplace and meeting hall in Boston, USA. The brick built hall was built in 1741 by Peter Faneuil as a place for commerce. It became much more than a place for commerce with the first ever town meeting in the USA held here, since then it became a hall for meetings and politics to be discussed. The hall is also referred to as ‘The freedom hall” and ‘The Cradle of Liberty’, It was the host of several speeches by Samuel Adams, James Otis, and others encouraging independence from Great Britain.
The hall is accessible by Car or by the local Subway system. If travelling by car, 75 State Street Garage is considered as the official parking garage for Faneuil, the garage is located on Broad Street and is open 24 hours seven days a week. If travelling by Subway, take the blue line to ‘Aquarium’ or the green or orange lines to ‘Haymarket’.
Opening Times and Admission
The marketplace is open seven days a week, Monday to Thursday 10am-7pm, Friday to Saturday 10am-9pm and Sunday 12pm-6pm. Faneuil is full of dining opportunities and shops for its visitors to enjoy.