A visit to the Faneuil Hall is a must if you are a history buff and are visiting Boston. Faneuil Hall has been a site of meetings, debates, and protests for almost 275 years.
Attend film screenings, participate in ranger-led programs, and other activities to learn more about the attraction's history.
Faneuil Hall hosted America's first town meeting. It played an important role in the American Revolution. It has witnessed many speeches by Samuel Adams and James Otis, who were for America's independence from Great Britain.
It can take up to two-three hours to tour Faneuil Hall. You can even have lunch or dinner at one of the restaurants on campus or in Quincy Market and explore the museum as well. If you don't want to shop for anything or visit the museum, you can finish the tour in one hour.