Harvard yard was so classy and beautiful that just by going there made me feel like a genius.
I like the colorful chairs in the yard, which can inspired people, but there are not many beautiful building, there is a student canteen which is gorgeous, but it only allows student to enter. As I have a friend who works in Harvard, so I can visit the museum for free, it normally seems costs $12 (you may double check... More
...it's on the list of things to see in Boston. One of America's iconic institution. We visited one of the original yards, & saw the Statue of the Three Lies, saw some of the older buildings and library. But the campus is massive...as a Fringe junkie it would have been nice to see the portion they used for filming, but... More
If you plan on visiting Cambridge, don't skip going to Harvard Yard or taking the tour of the campus. This tour is well worth it. I had family visit from overseas and this was a staple they wanted to see. Everyone around the world knows about Harvard University. The campus is lovely and well worth it.
If ever there was a brand name in colleges, Harvard is it. The campus is well worth the visit from "Harvard Yard" where the freshmen are housed, to Widener Library, named after a victim of the Titanic, to Memorial Hall, the monument to Harvard men who died (on the Northern side) of the Civil War. The campus stretches along the... More
if you plan to visit Cambridge, don't miss the Harvard Yard. Just to see young people walking around the paths, through beautiful trees and lawns to get to classes and the monumental Widener Library, is exhilarating. Very easy to reach on the T (public transport.) Guided tours will tell you that the much visited statue of John harvard has nothing... More
Harvard university is different to MIT and Tufts. It does not have a university feel to it but rather you feel like you are in a different city somewhere in Europe. The architecture and the history is quite apparent. It is a must see. I would recommend anytime before October because therevis always something going on which can really enhance... More
Harvard is a large institution with lots to see. Architecture (old and new), outdoor spaces (Harvard yard, Radcliffe yard, area around the law school, etc., the Harvard coop store, and some fun museums. Get a map, be curious, take a tour and imagine a few hundred years of education taking place…HOw long you stay depends on how interested you are... More
The various colleges, museums, and shops span over the Charles River. Trendy filled with Great history and culture
If you go to Boston, you must go to Harvard University. It is easily accessible by train, but we were driving and had no difficulties getting a park nearby. I had been before with a tour, so this time we just wandered, and really enjoyed the experience. Do some reading beforehand about John Harvard, the library which burnt down and... More
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