Want to learn about Harvard University from true Harvard experts? Reserve your spot on one a Hahvahd Tour in Harvard Square and learn about the university from the stories and experiences of actual students.
Whether you are a potential student perusing the campus in Cambridge or just a visitor looking to soak in the academic excellence and collegiate history, the Hahvahd Tours can lead you to sites including the John Harvard Statue, the Widener Library, and the Harvard Yard.
Because it is narrated by Harvard students, this tour is the ultimate experience in exploring Harvard. The guides boast a reputation of providing an entertaining and often comedic narrative during the tour, which you can see below.
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If that wasn’t enough to convince you, see where American leaders John Adams and Franklin D. Roosevelt learned their craft. Walk on the paths where co-founder of Microsoft Bill Gates and founder of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg once strolled. Take in the architecture of a centuries-old campus.
It isn’t all about the monuments, libraries, and museums, though. What about Harvard in the modern world? The guides share what it’s like to study and live at Harvard in the 21st century. They’ll tell you some of the best places to eat and which celebrity professor is teaching currently.
You’ll also learn about the sports, events, and traditions students practice today to understand how the university has evolved since its foundation in 1636.