About Tours of Harvard Business School
Group tours of Harvard Business School take the fun and energy of The Hahvahd Tour and focuses it all on one of the most prestigious business schools in the world. Harvard Business has been educating future CEOs and COOs for over a century, and now is your chance to see it! Located just a short walk across the river from Harvard’s main campus, HBS has it’s own dedicated campus where business school faculty and students live and learn together.
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Group Tour Benefits
- Harvard student guides greet your group on the business school campus.
- Tours are scheduled to fit your needs.
- Year-round availability.
- Multiple guides available for large groups
- Dedicated operations manager makes sure your event run smoothly.
- Add a Harvard Square Meal Voucher for flexible dining!
- Each additional student: $12
- Each additional adult: $14
- Tour Operators booking multiple tours can request special rates.
Business School Tour Themes
Our tour will focus on primarily 3 major themes:
Famous Harvard Business Grads: President George W. Bush, GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, Governor Mitt Romney, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and countless business titans have passed through HBS’ gates.
History of HBS: Founded in 1908, Harvard Business School was the first school to grant an MBA. You’ll learn all about the history of this century old graduate school.
HBS and the Corporate World: Harvard Business grads have enjoyed a close relationship with corporate America from its conception.
Business School Tour Stops
Baker Library: The architectural and intellectual centerpiece of the HBS campus, Baker Library was dedicated in 1927 and named for George F. Baker school’s first benefactor. Baker is the largest business library in the world.
MBA Class of 1959 Chapel: The MBA Class of 1959 Chapel was a gift to the School from members of the Class of 1959, and provides a place for quiet contemplation and non-denominational services ceremonies and concerts
Dillon House: Home to the MBA Admissions Office, Dillon House was designed in the Georgian Revival-style by McKim, Mead & White as part of the original 1920s campus plan
McCulloch Hall: An MBA student residence built in 1926 and named for US Treasury Secretary Hugh McCulloch. Much of the interior of the U-shaped, brick, Georgian Revival-style structure was renovated in 2008
Harvard Full-Day Programs
After your tour of Harvard Business School we want you to discover the rest of Harvard Square! Turn your hour and a half tour into a Full day Harvard Program. Add a lunch at one of Harvard Square’s many local restaurants. Take a tour of the Harvard Art Museums or the Museum of Natural History, or explore them on your own. Enjoy a discount when you combine programs.
Tours are given in English
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