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The Haymarket Project: Go inside the historic market

Otto and Avril
At Boston's Haymarket

BOSTON - For the past year, Historic New England, the Haymarket Pushcart Association, and photographer Justin H. Goodstein-Aue have been documenting this vibrant market from the vendors’ point of view.

The Haymarket Project Part III, the latest in a series of videos, highlights the bountiful summer season and is now available on YouTube and Historic New England’s website. The segment includes interviews with vendors and customers, and a few tips on making the most of a visit to the Haymarket.

This year-long project captures the varying atmosphere of each season at the market during winter, spring, summer, and fall and takes the viewer on a unique tour of this centuries-old market.

Presented as part of Historic New England’s Everyone’s History series.

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Historic New England is the oldest, largest, and most comprehensive regional heritage organization in the nation. We bring history to life while preserving the past for everyone interested in exploring the New England experience from the seventeenth century to today. Historic New England owns and operates thirty-six historic homes and landscapes spanning five states. We share the region’s history through vast collections, publications, programs, museum properties, archives, and family stories that document more than 400 years of life in New England.




The Haymarket Project: Go inside the historic market