Welcome to the Paradise of gourmets and shopping in London. With over 100 years of history, Quincy Market is the reference point of the sector in the city, since 1977 incorporated in the wider project of Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
From a large permanent market with stands and stalls, to a real commercial center of taste and shopping. Along with traditional stands, you’ll find fast food, restaurants and shops. All while maintaining the typical Quincy atmosphere and tradition.
Today, the market is one of the six symbols of the city, and one of the most admired attractions. Every day, especially in the morning, it is literally assaulted by inhabitants, tourists and crowds of onlookers.
The place where price and quality go hand in hand. Ideal for buying products and souvenirs, and for stopping for lunch. Not surprisingly, workers often stop here for their break.
Next to the main building, there are two large areas: North Market and South Market) with restaurants, specialized shops and office space. The areas to the east and west of the market, on the other hand, are the favorite areas for entertainment, shows, performances by street artists.
Quincy Market is located at 4 South Market St, Boston, MA 02109.
Not to be confused with the homonymous market, located in Washington St.
It can be reached by public transport (recommended) or by car. In the latter case, entering from 5 Broad Street, you will find a large parking area, for a fee, open 24 hours a day.
By metro, you can easily reach your destination. With the Blue Line, go down to Aquarium / Faneuil Hall. The Orange Line, for State Street or Haymarket. With the Green Line for Haymarket, North Station, or Park Street, where the Red Line also stops.
The Market is open every day from Monday to Saturday, from 10:00 to 21:00. Sunday, 11:00 to 18:00
On holidays, the time may vary and, therefore, you are invited to inform yourself in advance.
The market, and most of the restaurants inside, are renowned for their excellent quality.
Among the most popular products, Clam Chowder, Lobster rolls and Boston Cream Pie, an official dessert cream cake from Massachusetts.
If you love beans, try them in the local version, baked in the oven and accompanied by black bread