You can study the exhibits at Harvard University Art Museums, a museum with a storied past, during your trip to Cambridge. Stroll along the riverfront or experience the acclaimed art scene in this vibrant area.
Located in Mid-Cambridge, this bed & breakfast is within a 5-minute walk of Harvard University and Harvard Graduate School of Design. Harvard Science Center ...
3.5/5Good! (58 reviews)
It's pretty nice stay
"The B&B is at the right location for my meeting at Harvard. Only about 7 minutes to reach the meeting area and about 10 minutes to whole lots of restaurants. The rooms are little bit old but comparing to the neighborhood, it's fit. The manager is super nice gentleman and he will tell you everything ..."
Located in Mid-Cambridge, this bed & breakfast is within a 15-minute walk of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University. Harvard University ...
4/5Very Good! (180 reviews)
A little jewel in Central Square/Inman Square
"Chez Pat has a unique Bostonian setting. A bit of 19th century charm with French furnishing. It is carefully decorated with antiques capturing the history of time and a touch of items from all parts of world. On my desk was a little chest from China. It is such a thoughtful touch. The hotel walls ..."
Spacious 2 Bedroom -mit, Harvard, Central Square With Parking
Located in Mid-Cambridge, this vacation home is within a 10-minute walk of Harvard University and Harvard Square. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) ...
4.5/5Wonderful! (2 reviews)
"Great location. Spacious flat. But tv/cable was promised. Though there is a flat screen tv, apparently you must bring your own Roku. Internet was spotty at times. Keurig Nespresso coffee maker did not work. But good place for a short stay."
Known for its stunning river views and popular shops, there's plenty to explore in Cambridge. Check out top attractions like MIT Museum and W.E.B. Du Bois Residence, and jump on the metro at Central Square Station or Harvard Square Station to see more of the city.
Travelers love Back Bay for its popular shops, and you can see more of Boston by jumping on the metro at Copley Station or Prudential Station. You might spend time checking out top sights like Newbury Street and Samuel Eliot Morrison Statue.
Historic sites, shopping, and restaurants are just a few things travelers like about Beacon Hill. Sights like Phillips School and Nichols House Museum are spots to explore, and you can get around the greater Boston area at Charles-MGH Station.
Known for its must-see aquarium and captivating waterfront views, there's plenty to explore in Downtown Boston. Check out top attractions like Boston Massacre Site and Old State House, and jump on the metro at State St. Station or Government Center Station to see more of the city.
The golf courses and sporting events are just a few things visitors like about Brookline. Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site and Coolidge Corner Theatre are worthwhile spots to check out, and you can hop on the metro at Brookline Hills Station or Fairbanks St. Station to get around the larger area.