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Boston: The Hahvahd Tour

Trademark Tours, founded by a Harvard senior in 2006, will start its 10th anniversary season of The Hahvahd Tour, which began on March 1, 2016.  Said to be ranked as the #1 Tour and Attraction in Cambridge on TripAdvisor, current Harvard students lead guests on a 70-minute entertaining theatrical tour of Harvard University and the Harvard Square area.

Travel Itch Radio with Trademark Founder Daniel Andrew

Want to get into Harvard without applying? Take the Unofficial Hahvahd Yahd Tour, created by 2007 alumnus Dan Andrew — the guest on TRAVEL ITCH Thursday May 12 at 8p EDT. The humor-filled 70-minute tour, escorted by a current Harvard student, covers everything from Harvard Square to the enormous library, dormitories, study halls, tree-lined walkways, and other buildings steeped in history. Listen live on iTunes or BlogTalkRadio.com as Dan Andrew and Dan Schlossberg discuss one of the most enjoyable, entertaining, and educational tours in Greater Boston.

Take A Hahvahd Tour Of Boston With Trademark Tours

Trademark Tours, founded by a Harvard senior, is celebrating 10 years of showing visitors around with its new The Hahvahd Tour. Current Harvard students lead the 70-minute theatrical walking tour of the university and Harvard Square area including Widener Library, Memorial Hall and the John Harvard Statue. Along the way, student guides share stories of Harvard traditions, university folklore and famous alumni.

Taking the Hahvahd Tour

Even though there are no R’s to be found, there is tons of IQ at Harvard and my husband Chris and I learned all about it when we took the Hahvahd Tour last weekend. The award-winning tours of America’s most prestigious University are led by current Harvard students.

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Boston: The Hahvahd Tour

Trademark Tours, founded by a Harvard senior in 2006, will start its 10th anniversary season of The Hahvahd Tour, which began on March 1, 2016. Said to be ranked as the #1 Tour and Attraction in Cambridge on TripAdvisor, current Harvard students lead guests on a 70-minute entertaining theatrical tour of Harvard University and the Harvard Square area.

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25 Best Things to Do in Cambridge, Massachusetts

The Hahvahd (the way they pronounce “Harvard” in Cambridge) Tour is a 70-minute walking tour of Harvard University, one of the most prestigious universities in the world and alma mater of some of the great world authorities in a variety of fields.

The New York Times

36 Hours: Cambridge, Mass.

WHEN the leaves have fallen and the winter chill has set in, many small cities slip into a prolonged hibernation. But Cambridge barely misses a beat. During the holidays, tree branches are strung with tiny white lights, and local theater productions celebrate the season…

Boston.com

A Harvard tour goes beyond the brochure

CAMBRIDGE — Surrounded by rows of oak trees in the freshly cut green of Harvard Yard, Jordan Jones gestured to the brick walls and remarked on the architectural styles as any good university tour guide would…

The Boston Globe

From theatrical tours to outdoor dining items

Harvard University students lead theatrical tours that highlight the university’s history and notable sites, including the Johnston Gate, John Harvard statue, Widener Library, and Memorial Church. The 70-minute Hahvahd Tour, as it’s called, starts at the Cambridge Information Booth on Massachusetts Avenue (outside the T station) and ends at The Harvard Shop on JFK Street…

The Harvard Crimson

‘Hahvahd’ Tours Nearly Stopped by Administration

Two Harvard College students looked to fuel their summer vacation with a simple idea: serve up an off-beat tour of Harvard Yard and the surrounding areas to the visitors that abound in Harvard Square. But as critical e-mails and meetings with University officials flooded in, it became clear that their idea was, at least in Harvard’s eyes, anything but simple.

FOX CT

Daytrippers: It’s not all academic on the Hahvahd Tour

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.–No “R’s,” but lots of IQ–that’s the first thing you learn on the Hahvahd Tour. The tour is given by current Harvard University students, and visitors are offered a look at Harvard’s history, culture and dozens of sights in and around the famed campus.

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Group Tour Magazine

College (tours) for everyone

Daniel Andrew, Harvard class of 2007, started giving campus tours while he was still a student.

Dubbed The Hahvahd Tour, it was named for the way some locals pronounce the name of the prestigious university. The New York Times described the campus tour as “a theatrical 70-minute crash course in Harvard history.”

Boston.com

The New Face of Harvard Square

A triangular structure looms over Harvard Square, its large windows beaming light onto the street. Ribbons wrap around its granite columns and murals decorate the walls inside.

The building houses Curious George and Friends, a store remembered fondly by Cantabridgians as a friendly neighborhood bookstore. It closed four years ago and stood vacant, its windows dark and dusty, for another year.

The Boston Globe

Tour operator helps people go to Harvard

After graduating from Harvard eight years ago, Daniel Andrew could have followed a well-worn path to law school. Instead, he started organizing tours of his alma mater, leading theatrical, offbeat walks that included entertaining tales about naked winter runs, famous Harvardians, and centuries-old architecture.

“The Unofficial Hahvahd Tour” has since grown to a popular tourist attraction that employs more than 60 guides. Andrew’s company, Trademark Tours, has also expanded to offer tours of MIT and the Freedom Trail.