Establishment : 1742
Architectural Style : Georgian
Nickname : The Cradle of Liberty
Opening Time : 9:00 am
Admission Fee : None
Closest Train Station : Blackbay Railway Station
Primarily Used For : Political debates, meetings, protests and the O'Reilly Factor Show
Marketplace Timings : 10:00 am to 7:00 pm (Monday-Thursday), 10:00 am to 9:00 pm (Friday-Saturday), Noon to 6:00 pm (Sunday)
A popular site linked by the Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall is a meeting hall as well as a marketplace. Often called “the Cradle of Liberty,” it is a part of the Boston National Historical Park and played a key role in the country’s independence from the British during the 18th century.
The Faneuil Hall was built in the year 1742 in the Georgian style and is situated near the waterfront as well as the Government’s Center. The structure has been found to be one of the most frequently visited sites in the States as it is associated with the country’s struggle for Independence. Used to propagate the message of freedom by various political activists during the 18th century, Faneuil Hall’s historical prominence attracts large crowds of people who walk the Freedom Trail.
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