Got an uber here from Fenway park which cost like $20 struggled to find the gift shop. Eventually found it and bought a hoody which wasn't badly priced.
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It's a university. It's huge. It's big. Whenever I stayed at Boston, I walk a little bit of it. Usaually people visiting Harvard, they might limit it to the Harvard Yard but, the campus is huge, and I have so far failed to see the...More
This is an excellent way to take in Harvard University. Jonathan did a great job highlighting the various buildings and their significance, including the dorms of older students. It was a shame we couldn't get into any of the buildings, but the tour around the...More
Founded in 1636, Harvard University is best known as America's oldest university, as well as one of the most prestigious in the world. This visit I toured the 209-acre campus with alumni, so it was personalized with lots of stories. There is so much to...More
We took the Charles River Cruise and I thought I had seen Harvard. Told my husband we didnt need to go...was I ever mistaken. We thoroughly enjoyed our tour. The campus was absolutely beautiful and we had a wonderful tour guide that was a student...More
We booked in for the Hahvard Tour and it was very informative and inspirational for our children. Getting the feel for such a historic place can only be experienced by being there!
My 45th reunion is in October, but I will be in Europe then. Frankly, I have no social contacts with any of my classmates -a natural problem of a university that attracts students on a national level. I visited the campus with a local friend...More
The info session and tour were informative, but definitely pushed the stuffy reputation of Harvard. The campus is pretty but very uniform (all red brick buildings). Parking is extremely difficult. I was lucky to find a 2 hour metered spot. Unfortunately the info session and...More
We took the walking tour and the entire Harvard Yard and even the entire Harvard Square was unkempt, dirty, full of delivery and construction vehicles. This was the state of affairs at the richest University in the world! What a shame!
We did do a walk through to some of the Harvard buildings, which seemed soo boring and just old! Everything was soo empty, I know school was out, but it was just soo boring and cold on the campus! At least the part where I...More