The Clark Currier Inn retains much of the original splendor; each room is appointed with beautiful antiques. Lovely details include window seats, decorative dentil moldings, indian shutters, and wide pumpkin-pine flooring. You can take a tour of some of the rooms by clicking the links below:


When Newburyport was the Nation's fourth largest city, tall clipper ships graced the harbor. Great wealth accumulated by the Yankee maritime traders is evidenced by the stately hmes of the Federal period. This home, build in 1803 by shipbuilder Thomas March, is an elegant example of a three story Federal 'square house".

As you enter the wide center hall, you will see one of the inn's most distinguished features, the elegant "good morning staircase." The beautifully furnished parlor contains an elegant original Samuel McIntyre fireplace surround and overmantel. The works of noted local artists grace the walls.