• Dan Graduates

    Special Edition Harvard Square Commencement Day Tour!

    HARVARD SQUARE COMMENCEMENT DAY TOUR! The creative team at The Hahvahd Tour has drummed up fun new tour to make the most out of Commencement Day in Harvard Square!  Join our Harvard Student tour guides on a rare and special day in the life of Harvard University.  Limited Time Only.  Book your tickets… Read More»

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    Chinese Visitors are Off. . .. OFF THE CHARTS!!

    On December 9, 2016, the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau hosted a China-Friendly Seminar & Workshop for members at the Sheraton Commander in Boston. Close to 200 people attended the event. Our CEO, Daniel Andrew, was featured on the morning panel where he described ways to attract and serve… Read More»

  • Hahvahd Tour running on Thanksgiving

    Give thanks and take tours! The award winning Hahvahd Tour will be up on and running on Thanksgiving, Thursday November 24th. Tours will kick off at 10:30, 11:30, and 12:30. You’re not taking a break from your vacation, so we won’t take a break from you. Fall is one of… Read More»

  • Harvard and Dining Workers Reach ‘Tentative Agreement’

    Let them eat dining hall food! After weeks of striking, UNITE HERE Local 26 and the Harvard Administration have reached a tentative agreement signaling an end to the marching in and around Harvard Square. The deal is yet to be ratified but the President of Local 26 Brian Land says… Read More»

  • COOP gets a visit from The Boss

    People lined up on the sidewalk outside the Harvard COOP yesterday, where they awaited the arrival of Bruce Springsteen. The Boss visited fans and signed copies of his new book Born to Run, which is a bestseller. At the Hahvahd Tour across the street we love to see one of our favorite… Read More»

  • See Ben Stiller Filming in Harvard Square

    Yesterday, Ben Stiller was filming his latest movie “Brad’s Status” in Harvard Square. Ben stars alongside Austin Abrams as a father and son visiting Eastern Coast universities. It’s directed by School of Rock writer/director Mike White. You can read more about his visit in the Boston Globe.