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Founded in 1636, Harvard is America's oldest institute of higher learning and one of the country's most prestigious universities. Among the illustrious alumni are civil rights leader W.E.B. Du Bois, philosopher Henry David Thoreau, writer Gertrude...more
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As the oldest institution of higher education in the US, Harvard is a beautiful place to go to school as well as to simply visit when in Cambridge/Boston...especially in fall and spring months when the weather tends to be nicer. Great deal of history and...More
Harvard’s campus is historic and interesting enough but as a destination of its own accord it can be pretty underwhelming. It looks like a college campus because so many college campuses were based on the same model. You can see it in a half hour...More
It is well worth the visit to this prestigious institution that is known and respected around the world. The campus inspires awe, the buildings beautiful, the neighborhoods fascinating, the programs meaningful...
Another ticky boxes done,I must say the school ground was scenic,it maybe because it was school break when I visited this place,but then..as a tourist from other side of the world,I feel proud I visited this Prestigious School known worldwide..
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There are several museums on the grounds of Harvard University that are worth visiting!!! There is one museum just outside of MIT that is also neat. We stayed halfway between both universities so we could play on both and... More
There are several museums on the grounds of Harvard University that are worth visiting!!! There is one museum just outside of MIT that is also neat. We stayed halfway between both universities so we could play on both and do campus tours for our son. Very easy to get an Uber. And there is a bus line that is a straight shot between MIT & Harvard.