Boston’s Historical Gems includes both tours of Harvard and MIT! Travel Blog Travel Awaits published their list of historical spots that you just can’t miss when you visit Boston. Along with the Kennedy Library, Boston Common, and our friends Boston Duck Tours – they of course mentioned Trademark Tours!
If you are touring around the Freedom Trail, looking at the Boston’s historical gems – be sure to make your way across the river to Cambridge and visit us! Read our excerpt below or check out the full article here!
4. MIT And Harvard
At $12 per tour, the Trademark Tours of MIT and Harvard are a good deal. They’re even better when they’re free! The cost is waived for anyone with Duck Tour tickets — you’ll just need to show your tickets or your e-ticket receipt. You don’t have to use them the same day you go on your Duck Tour, so there’s no need to cram it all into one day. Both tours are well suited for the general public and emphasize campus history, legends, and architecture. The tour guides, actual university students, are personable and happy to share the latest gossip, like what celebrities have lived in different houses and who’s donated money in return for honorary doctorates.