Visit These Markets to Feel Like a Local in Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts
Boston, Massachusetts. Photo by Sydney Angove on Unsplash

Boston offers a lot of amazing things to explore to travelers from all walks of life, and it’s pretty easy to feel like a local during your visit. A quick trip to one of the local markets will make you feel like you’ve been there your entire life, and these three are a good place to start.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

If you’re looking for the best possible shopping experience while in Boston, Faneuil Hall is the place to be. This shopping center compromises of three historic market buildings, including the famous Quincy Market, and you can find many stores, restaurants, and even a scenic promenade on its premises.

Boston Public Market

This indoor public market opened its doors in 2015, but that’s not stopping it from being one of the city’s landmarks. Boston Public Market is open seven days a week, and it’s home to over 35 vendor stalls, selling everything from fresh produce to gourmet treats.

Copley Square Farmers Market

If you want to prepare some food while in Boston and you’re looking for the best fresh produce, Copley’s is the place to be. Located in the very heart of Back Bay’s commercial and cultural hub, this farmers market is known as one of the biggest and busiest in Boston.