ATTRACTIONS & TOURS

Enjoy the luxurious accommodations at the Clarendon Square Inn, while exploring the city's many attractions during your Boston vacation.

In 1773, the only visitors arriving to Boston's shores were the British Redcoats. Today, Bostonians welcome over 12 million visitors each year from all over the world as they arrive in Boston to enjoy this exciting cosmopolitan city. Since there is so much to see and so many things to do, we have provided some local tours to help you explore more than meets the eye. Now you will have to decide between the many options from American history on the Freedom Trail, to modern gardens and sports.

FREEDOM TRAIL
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Two and a half miles of American revolutionary history await you on Boston's Freedom Trail.Walk it yourself or take an organized tour.

BOSTON BY FOOT
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Boston By Foot offers a variety of tours exploring Boston's rich heritage of architecture and history.

CULINARY TOUR
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One of the most unique tours we have discovered is a culinary tour of the North End where you sample Italian food as you discover the history and nuances of Boston's Italian neighborhood.

LOCAL HISTORIAN

Also, for a personalized touch, consider a day with local historian Bill McDonough from historic Concord, MA. Your private tour is designed based on your interests and can include history, architecture, and art.Avoid renting a car & navigating the roads, leave it all to a local who knows this area like no other. To contact Bill McDonough call 800-620-1136, or e-mail liam@stories.com.

BOSTON DUCK TOUR
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The Boston Duck Tour is informative, fun and covers all of the historic districts. This tour is the most popular and frequently requested tour by our guests and is often sold out.We have access to concierge tickets, so feel free to ask the innkeeper to secure tickets for you and save waiting in line.

FENWAY PARK
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Explore Boston's sports legacy at Fenway Park. If you are unable to attend game day, take this tour behind the scenes of America's second oldest ball park and home of the 2004 & 2007 World Series winning Boston Red Sox.

SEGWAY TOURS
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Feeling a little more adventurous, after a quick lesson, hop on for a Boston Segway tour. This is a fun and efficient way to see the streets, parks and waterfront of Boston without wearing out a pair of shoes. We especially liked the sunset tour of the North End.