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Welcome to Harvard Square Each year, over 8 million men, women and children visit Harvard Square. Visitors come for a variety of reasons; this is a place of history, of books, of ideas, and of learning. It is a place of bookstores and coffee houses...more
All reviews street performers homeless people people watching urban outfitters curious george store lots of shops stores and restaurants college students co op harvard sq subway station lots of fun walk around coop boston bustling hub
We arrived early yesterday and would like to try our breakfast at Harvard Square for a change. We found most of the cafes and restaurant were not open at 9 except this one: Tatte. When we went in, a long line is waiting for us...More
Artists' Cooperative on cute little Church Street. Pop out of the Red Line and a short walk to a Crafts Gallery Shop. 30 years and going with hand made functional and decorative items. Very professional. A small store front but lots of depth and variety...More
If you're in Cambridge, take time to walk through and around Harvard Square. We enjoyed the live music show that was happening on a recent weekday afternoon. Free entertainment and a chance to people watch as well.
We grabbed the tour of Harvard that leaves out of Harvard Square. Our tour guide was Shelly and he did a great job of entertaining and informing! We really enjoyed the tour and then enjoyed exploring the square. Tatte Bakery was a delicious breakfast stop!...More
OK, the critique of the Square is that it has changed for the worse because it has become more corporate more like a mall. Yes, it has changed in the many years I have lived near there.
There still are gems for music - Passim...More
access to Harvard uni and lifeline to most of the commuters! The most lovely place after the midtown where one can find all hang around crowd of students..
Star bucks is always busy and the connectivety to rest of the town by subway is available...More
It is definitely worth wandering around Harvard Square (and Harvard yard). The square is home to many delicious dining establishments (representing cuisines from various parts of the world). There are clothing and accessory stores as well. In the middle of it all is Harvard Yard...More
A great place to hang around with a lot of restaurants and pubs. It is famous for the Harvard University, which is the top business school in the world. A lot of tourist comes to tour the university. There are a lot of street performances...More