Boston in the Fall is beautiful with the leaves turning gold and the seasonal farmer's markets a buzz. Kick off your October with the freshest, seasonal produce at the Haymarket - one of America's oldest open-air markets. Get out and enjoy fresh air and the lively shopping scene in the heart of the downtown Boston.
Nestled in Boston's historic downtown, steps away from Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market and the North End, Haymarket is a lively marketplace for fresh fruits, vegetables, seafood and meets, as well as flowers and artisan foods.
The Haymarket's tradition of selling fresh, local, and affordable produce in Boston dates back nearly 300 years. Today, the market showcases more than 40 independent vendors, historic pubs, restaurants, and ethnic groceries. These local vendors, chefs, and artisans continue the centuries-old tradition of providing Bostonians with the freshest produce and best prices in New England.
Boston's Haymarket is truly more than a shopping experience. It's the cultural cornerstone of the city - a place where you connect with history and culture. Feel the spirit of Boston while shopping, eating, and sightseeing at the oldest outdoor market on the East Coast.
Located on Blackstone Street, Boston's Haymarket is open Friday and Saturdays, 4 am to 7 pm. It's really the best place in the entire Boston area to get the freshest and cheapest fruit and vegetables.
Stay In Boston's Back Bay
Come enjoy a local stay in the heart of downtown Boston at Revere Hotel Boston Common. Inspired by the culture and independent spirit of Boston, Revere Hotel Boston offers adventurous and authentic experiences. The hotel is just 2 miles from the famous Haymarket and a few minutes from shopping and dining at Faneuil Hall and the Prudential Center.