There may be nothing more festive than the holidays in the city. The city is so alive. Lights illuminate the dark city streets. Children gaze at all the trees and decorations. Even adults get into the spirit of the season. This was not more evident than at Faneuil Hall in Boston.
There are many statues and memorials at Faneuil Hall. This statue of Samuel Adams stands in front of Quincy Market. You can see some of the lights in the background. There is so much to photograph in the area and I will include other shots from the area in a blog post another time. I wanted to focus mainly on the holiday decorations and lights in this post.
Trees are lit up throughout Faneuil Hall.
Stores and restaurants also decorate for the season.
The main attraction has to be the tree, though. The lighting was not very good so I included a few different photos in the slideshow below.
Some of the lights blinked, which was hard to get in the photos. So, I have added a video below to show off the really cool display