BOSTON — If you feel like Faneuil Hall is always crazy busy, you would be correct.
According to Travel & Leisure, it's the eighth most visited tourist attraction in the U.S., with 15 million visitors every year. That calculates to about 41,095 visitors every day.
Faneuil Hall was built in 1742 and is a stop along Boston's Freedom Trail. It also has a lot of shops and restaurants, making it a popular stop for residents as well as tourists.
Also coming in at a tie for eighth place is the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.
The top visited tourist spot in the U.S. was Times Square, with 41.9 million visitors every year.
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