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Harvard University

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Caren
Caren
August 21, 2019
Ride the train for 20 min to get to Harvard
Ronald
Ronald
July 17, 2019
Any trip to Cambridge isn't complete without a proper stroll through storied Harvard Square - it's too historic, too beautiful, too simply fun to resist. You can walk through the Yard and absorb every inch of ivy-leagued glory on your own, but a proper tour can be ever-more-rich icing on the cake…
Henrique
Henrique
September 18, 2019
One of the best university in the country
Allen
Allen
November 3, 2019
A world renowned university! Come see how some of the smarted students in the world live and learn. Maybe some of it will rub off on you and help you with your studies.
Cody
Cody
January 4, 2019
Harvard is a must see when you come to Boston
Jamie Michael
Jamie Michael
October 15, 2019
Nearby and filled with intellectual, historical and scientific gems. Beautiful architecture, wonderful shops and cafes.
Amanda
Amanda
October 2, 2019
Massachussets is one of the most famous, ancient and recognized educational institutions in the world, Harvard University. The University is located in Cambridge, a city that is glued to Boston, almost like another neighborhood in the state capital. The Harvard University tour is very tasty and…
Ra
Ra
August 15, 2019
Harvard history 101 By anyone’s margin, Harvard is a long way from normal. The world’s richest academic institution, with a $42bn endowment, it is where presidents-in-waiting are tutored and future heads of state are inspired. Count eight US commanders-in-chief and 157 Nobel laureates over the…

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Location
Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone+1 617-495-1000