Nowadays the market is the place, where one can have a good time at a cafe or a restaurant, or simply enjoy some shopping. Quincy Market consists of 5 buildings - 3 of them are central and the other 2 are located to the south and to the north of them. The central gallery is called Food Court. This is the place where visitors will find restaurants featuring various national cuisines. Visitors are welcome to try dishes from different cuisines – from Greek traditional food to Italian pasta, yogurt ice-cream and fried sausages. There are souvenir shops at the both sides of the gallery. This is the place where tourists can one can buy t-shirts, photos with the image of Boston and other lovely souvenirs.
Shops of world-famous chains are located in the northern and southern buildings, but you will also find some original brands there. The New English restaurant is also located there; it has simple interior and grumbling servants. The north side is the location of a colourful flower-market.
John F. Kennedy.
Brooklyn, the motherland of John F. Kennedy, is located not far away from Boston. In Boston one can visit John F. Kennedy Museum that is devoted to life and heritage of the 35th president of the USA. The excursion in the museum starts with a 15-minute long video, in which Mr Kennedy himself tells about his childhood, school years, the war and his political career. The exposition opens with a narration about the president election of 1960, during which votes for Kennedy prevailed with a minimal advantage.