The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is dedicated to the memory of our nation's thirty-fifth president, and Harvard graduate and football player John F. Kennedy, and to all those who through the art of politics seek a new and better world.
The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University is the oldest public arboretum in North America and one of the world's leading centers for the study of plants.
Arial view of Boston skyline and the Harvard athletic complex
The famous John Harvard Statue, a must-see for all tourists and visitors to Harvard Yard. Many believe that a gentle rub of his left foot will bring good fortune. It is referred to by insiders as "the statue of three lies." Do you know why?
The famous Out of Town News stand sits in the heart of Harvard Square, steps from Harvard Yard, the subway and countless boutique shops and restaurants.
Widener Library has the country's largest book collection for a university library. It sits in the heart of beutiful Harvard Yard.
Historic Harvard Yard, home to residential houses for Harvard freshmen, Widener Library, and many administrative buildings including the President's Office.
Harvard is famous for its Georgian architecture and many cupulas sitting high stop its buildings.
The Weeks Footbridge crosses the Charles River between the Harvard Business School and Harvard proper. It's a picturesque bridge that appears in many postcards of Harvard.
Historic and picturesque Dillon Field House stands proudly on the Harvard athletic campus as a center hub for student-athletes.
Gate 1, the entrance to Harvard's athletic complex from the corner of North Harvard Street and Storrow Drive.
Scenic Harvard Yard.
Harvard Stadium is the always sold-out site of the historic Harvard-Yale football game, simply titled "The Game" for its national importance.