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Harvard University at Boston, Massachusetts
Harvard University
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Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138
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Harvard University: Academics, Museums and Higher Learning

Prestigious and highly esteemed, this Ivy League school, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, was established in 1636 and it is the oldest college in the country. There are 6,700 undergraduate students and 14,500 graduate students dedicated to higher learning at Harvard University each year. The 210-acre campus is home to fascination art museums and natural history museums, including the Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology and The Semitic Museum, not to mention an impressive library with over 17 million volumes. Join one of the free campus tours to really experience Harvard life.


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 Tours of Campus are free.

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 Visiting Center: Monday - Saturday 9 am. to 5 pm. Closed Sundays.


  • Gallery Talks
  • Film Screenings
  • Dynamic Women in Business Conference


  • Harvard Historical Tour
  • Classes and Lectures
  • Museums
  • Theater Performances
  • Athletics
  • Campus Tours


  • Are there Harvard Campus Tours for visitors?

    Absolutely! There is no better way to really get the feel of Harvard than to join one of the campus tours. Tours are led by current undergraduates and provide a perspective on daily life on campus. Admissions tours last approximately an hour and a half, and those participating must check-in at the Visitor Center at least fifteen minutes prior to their scheduled event. Virtual tours are available for those that can't make it in person.
  • Where should I park when visiting Harvard?

    If public transportation is not an option, you may park in one of the four garages on campus. There is on-street parking and a limited number of metered stalls around Harvard Square as well, but are on a first come first serve basis. There are also privately-run parking garages around the square that visitors can go to. One-day parking passes can be obtained to park in the university garages.

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