When you shop for produce or seafood at Haymarket, you're joining a long line of patrons before you. There have been analogous markets in this downtown vicinity running since the 1600s, and direct Haymarket forerunners at its specific location date back at least to 1830. In other words, a 17th- or 18th-century Bostonian wouldn't bat an eye at Haymarket's open-air fruit and veggie stalls and its eager customers.
Haymarket runs year-round every Friday and Saturday save Christmas and New Year days; the action goes down from morning till evening. Even if you aren't shopping, it's a fun street scene to check out--and, effectively, a bit of "living history."
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