Visit Boston's historical Haymarket. Explore the colorful stalls selling fresh fruits, vegetables, seafood, and other things at low prices.
Open from dawn to dusk every Friday and Saturday, this market is centuries old and offers great produce and incredible deals. Buy fresh fruit, colorful fall flowers, and more!
Haymarket is located on Blackstone, Hanover, and North Streets, next to the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway between the North End and Government Center. You can locate the market by a large number of tents and huge crowds that are gathered around.
Haymarket got its name from farmers who arrived in the 1830s with wagons full of hay to sell for horses and stuffing mattresses. A couple of decades later, Irish immigrants began to sell other produce in the market.