Faneuil Hall is of a greater historical interest than any other building in the United States. In September 1742, Peter ... More
Faneuil Hall is of a greater historical interest than any other building in the United States. In September 1742, Peter Faneuil, a French merchant, decided to build it for the people of the town. Many famous orators of the country's history have addressed the public here. This area is a true reflection of the culture, history, and local ambiance. Every year, performers audition to perform during tourist season but not many win a gig as a juggler, musician or artist. Don't forget to visit Faneuil Hall Marketplace, also known as Quincy Market, to get down and dirty with shopping.
Home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, this impressive structure is known as one of the world's premier concert halls. Massive
chandeliers hanging from the ceiling and replicas of Greek and Roman statues lining the walls gives it a medieval ...
Boston By Foot is a non profit organization dedicated to promoting public awareness of Boston's rich heritage of history and
architecture. Boston By Foot offers a wide range of guided walking tours conducted by a dedicated corps of trained ...
Hidden in the back streets of the North End is the second oldest burial ground in Boston called the Copp's
Hill Burial Ground. The well manicured grounds hold the earthly remains of some famous Bostonian residents, including the Puritanical ...