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Acorn Tours of Boston

15 Hersam Street, Stoneham, MA 02180-2441
Office: 978-441-6855 | Cell: 617-901-9531 | Fax: 978-276-6134 |

Una McMahon has been providing high quality tours of Boston and the surrounding area since 2000. Visit historic sites, breathtaking mansions, and learn all about the area from a Boston resident and scholar. Enjoy a private, customizable, sightseeing tours of Boston and the surrounding areas. Choose from the following tours; Boston and Cambridge, Lexington & Concord, Marblehead & Salem, Plymouth, or the Newport, RI Tour. Transportation and lunch available on select tours. Click here for details on the special tour to Ireland to celebrate The Gathering (September 3-14, 2013).

Newport Winter Polo

Discover Newport/Newport Visitor Information Center

23 America's Cup Avenue, Newport, RI 02840
1-800-326-6030 | Fax: 401-849-0291 |

Discover Newport is a travel & tourism sales & marketing organization promoting and creating economic impact in the nine coastal communities of Bristol and Newport County Rhode Island.
NEWPORT COUNTY: Jamestown, Little Compton, Middletown, Newport, Portsmouth and Tiverton.
BRISTOL COUNTY: Barrington, Bristol and Warren.

Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau

Two Copley Place, Suite 105, Boston, MA 02116
1-888-SEE BOSTON |

The Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau promotes the Boston area's hospitality industry to incoming tourists and cnventioneers. Contact GBCVB for up-to-date information on Boston's holidays, special events, historical landmarks and much more.

Inroads Ireland Tours

Inroads Ireland Tours

2918 Stevens Street, Madison WI 53705
1-888-220-7711 | |

Inroads Ireland specializes in small group (14 people or less), back roads tours of Ireland. With an “off the beaten track” style, you’ll experience Ireland’s dynamic history, folklore, and culture. Inroads Ireland has three exceptional one week tours: Go South, Go West, and Go North. Running from May through September to take advantage of Ireland’s best weather, each tour is designed to take you to less trodden and more engaging places where it always feels off-season. Stay in small towns at locally owned B&Bs and guesthouses where a chance to mingle with the Irish is just steps away. This is Ireland done right, a priceless and enriching experience. Come travel with us!

Massachusetts Convention Center Authority

415 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02210
617 954-2000 Tel
617 954-2299 Fax

The Massachusetts Convention Center Authority oversees the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, the John B. Hynes Convention Center in Boston’s Back Bay, the Boston Common Garage, and the MassMutual Center in Springfield.

Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism

Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism

10 Park Plaza, Suite 4510, Boston, MA 02116
617 973-8500 | 617 973-8525 Fax |

The Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism (MOTT) is the state’s official agency for providing year round information on what visitors can enjoy when they come to Massachusetts. MOTT works directly with consumers requesting information, and also works closely with the tourism industry to strengthen the state’s attractiveness to tourists, conventioneers and business travelers.

Massachusetts Port Authority

Boston, MA |

At MassPort's Boston Logan International Airport you'll find nearly 50 airlines to help you connect with more than 100 non-stop, domestic and international destinations. MassPort operates two other airports at Hanscom Field and Worcester Regional. At the Port of Boston, Massport offers regular shipping service to Europe, Asia and elsewhere, connecting New England products with more than 100 international ports. For leisure travelers, Massport's Cruiseport connects New Englanders with premier tourist destinations along the North Atlantic, Canada, Bermuda, the Caribbean and beyond.

New Hampshire Division of Travel & Tourism

New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism

172 Pembroke Road, PO Box 1856, Concord, NH 03302
1-800-FUN-IN-NH | 1-800-386-4664 |

On the map, New Hampshire may seem like a small state, but its diverse regions offer a variety of destinations - from historic river valleys to the soaring peaks of the highest mountains in the Northeast. By virtue of its features and culture, New Hampshire invites its visitors to reconnect, rejuvenate and relax.

Quebec City Tourism

Québec City Tourism

399, Saint-Joseph Est, Québec, QC G1K 8E2 Canada
418 641-6290 | 418 641-6578 Fax |

Quebec City is one of the world’s top travel destinations, and it’s easy to see why. Alongside Quebec’s French roots is a vibrant Irish community that adds a Celtic air to this charming city. Look for Irish celebrations during St. Patrick’s Day each March and also during the summer festival season. Just outside the city is Grosse Isle, a national park with a monument to Irish who arrived in the 19th century.

Tourism Ireland

Tourism Ireland

345 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10154
212 418 0800 | 212 371-9052 Fax |

Tourism Ireland is the official agency for marketing the island of Ireland, covering the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. 2013 is a very special year in Ireland - - it is the year of The Gathering ; a yearlong celebration of music, food, culture and lots more. Americans wishing to visit Ireland in 2013 now have a seamless and singular service for finding out about the many wonders of the island, known for its startling beauty and the legendary hospitality of its people.

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