About Tours of the Kennedy School of Government
Group tours of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government take the fun and energy of The Hahvahd Tour and focus it all on one of the most influential schools for public policy and administration in the world. The Kennedy School of Government has graduated 17 heads of state, the most of any educational institution! Our team of student guides will take your guests for an entertaining walk through the schools campus, located directly next to the scenic Charles River.
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Group Tour Benefits
- Harvard student guides greet your family on campus.
- Tours are customized to fit your family’s needs and interests.
- Year-round availability.
- Multiple guides available for large groups
- Dedicated operations manager makes sure your event run smoothly.
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off. (additional fee. Provided by UberX)
- 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.
Kennedy School Tour Themes
Kennedy School History The school was founded in 1936 – three hundred years after the founding of Harvard college. We’ll discuss the school’s growth and it’s connections with American and World history.
Famous Kennedy School Alumni.We’ll talk about famous government school graduates and their accomplishments in politics and society, such as Ban Ki-Moon, the Secretary General of the United Nations.
President Kennedy The School of Government is not simply his namesake. The programs and curriculum here are directly inspired by his passion for public service.
Kennedy School Tour Stops
Explore the entire HKS campus, alongside the beautiful Charles River. Stops include:
Belfer Building: Home to the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs as well as multiple lecture halls
Littauer Building: Includes the Harvard Institute of Politics, a living tribute to President Kennedy.
Rubenstein & Taubman Buildings: Offices for Career Advancement and the Center for State and Local Government, as well as the Fisher Family Rotunda.
New Construction: We’ll also see areas that have been added in the last few years, connecting the major buildings creating a unified campus.
After your tour of the Kennedy School of Government 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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