The Boston Public Market location is prominent as there are great many historic places surrounding it. These are older buildings, of course, and they are worthy of curiosity. For example, around the corner there is has an old restaurant called “The Bell In Hand Tavern.” It is acclaimed as “America's Oldest Tavern: First Pour 1795.” It is definitely worthwhile to see and taste their New England clam chowder. Also, behind that building there is another called “Union Oyster House.” Most importantly, there is the famous Boston Stone nearby. This stone is on Freedom Trail, so you can see it while walking. There are a great many legendary stories about the stone. I suggest checking it out on Wikipedia. The sketch was from in front of the Boston Public Market, where people can find local and fresh prepared foods, fruits and vegetables.