I didn't get to spend alot of time here, but found some decent souvenirs. It was a bit crowded during the June fine weather day I visited, but the prices were good.
All reviews seem positive
The SceneAmid crowds of tourists, the Faneuil Hall Heritage Shop remains quiet--its basement location keeps it a bit off the beaten path. Venture down the steep stairs and you'll find a quaint, small shop carrying Boston and New England souvenirs you'll actually want to display instead of hiding away in a drawer.The GoodsScenic views abound in black and white framed photographs and pictures books. Wine corks, ornaments and jewelry are decorated with lobsters, tall ships, garden views and ducklings. Want a piece of history? Pick up a replica "Sons of Liberty Bowl." The original, made by Paul Revere in 1768, is displayed in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Harmonicas and toys popular during the American settlement will keep the kids at bay while you peruse the pewter candlesticks, tea pots and oil lamps. Shell out the dough for a hand-painted Battle of Waterloo chess set ($1,000) or spend a mere $6.50 on a lobster-print tea towel.
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