Boston's South End Neighborhood
Plan your South End adventure
Home to elegant Victorian brick row houses, many dating from the 1800s, and one of the most diverse populations in Boston, the South End blends many of the best elements of the city. Some of the city's finest dining can be found lining Tremont Street and the arts shine at the Calderwood Pavilion and the Boston Center for the Arts.
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In this edition of our "Like a local" video series, we take you on a tour of the attractions and landmarks that make up Boston's South End.
Having gone through many changes over the years, the neighborhood today is home to some of Boston's most famous and trendsetting spots.
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