Harvard offers a great selection of fine museums, including several art museums, a selection of Natural History museums that ... More
Harvard University Museums
Harvard offers a great selection of fine museums, including several art museums, a selection of Natural History museums that include a Botanical Garden, a Mineralogical and Geological Museum, and a Museum of Comparative Zoology; other museums and collections include the Arnold Arboretum, a collection of historical scientific instruments, a museum devoted to forest history and ecology, the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, and a Semitic Museum that houses a collection of Near Eastern archaeological artifacts.
LOVED THE HARVARD NATURAL HISTORY MUSUEM. WE ALOTTED 2 HOURS TIME. HONESTLY, YOU COULD SPEND 4 HOURS AND STILL NOT TAKE IT ALL IN.
FOR A UNIVERSITY MUSEUM, THE VARIETY AND SHEAR NUMBER OF EXHIBITS, WERE AMAZING
Hotel Veritas is a 31 room luxury, boutique hotel in Harvard Square offering personalized service in an intimate Cantabrigian setting.
The guests are as diverse and interesting as Harvard University and the city itself. This boutique hotel in Cambridge, ...
Within this 1888 carriage house on the grounds of the Larz Anderson Park is one of the country's oldest private
collection of antique automobiles. Little red Corvettes, big Cadillacs, traditional Fords and old fashioned Studebakers are on display here. ...
Harvard Museum of Natural History is one of the University's most visited museums. With exhibits of dinosaurs, meteorites, gemstones and
hundreds of mammals from all over the world, in addition to the world famous collection of 3000 Blaschka Glass ...