What better way to get to know Harvard Square than with some local pints and popular bites!
On this guided Harvard Square Pub Crawl you’ll walk your way through Harvard Square and its history while enjoying some specialty brews.
Open to those who are 21 and older, the pub crawl lets Harvard Square visitors spend an afternoon sipping away at fine brews and learning more about Harvard Square’s lively history.
Drink where John Harvard once sat and eat in a dining room designed for only the classiest dinner parties.
More about the Harvard Square Pub Crawl
The tour includes five drinks, at pubs like the John Harvard Brewery, Grendel’s Den, and The Red House. And to keep you on your feet until the last stop, make sure you enjoy the appetizers offered along the way at restaurants like First Printer. Bites might include crab hush puppies or decadent chocolate turtles.
You could tour the pubs and drink on your own, so what makes the Harvard Square Pub Crawl unique? The narration along the way! Your guide not only takes you on the walk, but tells the history behind each stop like, who drank there and why is the décor designed in that style.
Be sure to lend an ear because they may even offer a reenactment of some of the most outlandish toasts given at each stop. You may even have the chance to give one yourself! For more Harvard Square tours click here!