Harvard Yard

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  • Private 90-Minute Tour of Harvard

    1. Private 90-Minute Tour of Harvard

    Enjoy this 90-minute, private tour of Harvard University for you and your guests! The tour is completely customizable to fit your group’s needs. Throughout this tour, your informative guide – a current university student – will offer a unique perspective of college life at the famed institution, of which 44 current and former faculty members are Nobel laureates. Head to the 25-acre (10-hectare) Harvard Yard, the oldest section of the university, and view the brick facades of the dormitories, libraries and classrooms. Your guide will point out Old Yard, including Harvard’s oldest standing building – Massachusetts Hall, constructed in 1720 – as well as New Yard. See historical edifices like Memorial Hall, Sever Hall, the Widener Library and the Harvard Lampoon, as well as the statue of John Harvard – the university’s founder. As you tour the grounds, be entertained by your guide’s storie...

    It was good opportunities. and I will recommend to anyone who wants to have a visit to Havard

  • Boston and the Freedom Trail from New York: Day Trip

    2. Boston and the Freedom Trail from New York: Day Trip

    Depart New York along the Eastern Coast through Connecticut to Massachusetts and to its capital, Boston. Your first stop is the city of Cambridge where will find one of the most famous and most prestigious universities in the world: Harvard. The tour starts with a walk in Harvard Yard; the oldest academic ground in America. See Widener library, then rub the shoe of John Harvard for good luck. Continue to a panoramic tour passing by City Hall, MIT and Cambridge College. Then cross the Charles River and arrive in the center of the intellectual capital of the country. Visit Copley Square, home to beautiful Trinity church. Next up is a walk along the Freedom Trail through Boston Common Park. Break for lunch at Quincy Market, and try the world famous Clam Chowder or a lobster roll. After lunch, visit the site of the famous Tea Party and the navy ship Constitution. In the late afternoon, d...

    +friendly and helpfull guides Explanations in several languages Comfortable van -the starting point was hard to find No visit to MIT

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What people are saying about Harvard Yard

Fabulous day !!!

Fabulous day in Boston. Excellent bus drivers, very pleasant journey despite the distance. Pause on the way there and back. Irene, our guide, was fascinating! Explanations along the way, very enriching, with a very very good command of the French language. Magnificent city. Delighted to have discovered it. We have seen the basics and will definitely be going back on a future trip.

Unfortunate trip, we found an accident on the outward and one on the return and we also punctured. the guide Brian Mongomery fantastic and tried to make us do everything with peace and sympathy.

A nice ballad

Nice and interesting guide. The place is teeming with energy. We didn't see the time go by ;-)

It was good opportunities. and I will recommend to anyone who wants to have a visit to Havard

Very informative. Luke was our tour guide and he was great. It was a lot of walking.