Harvard’s goal is to reduce the number of people on campus—including visitors—in order to slow the potential transmission of the virus and protect vulnerable populations from exposure. Therefore, all in-person public and private tours of Harvard University are discontinued until further notice.
Our actions are consistent with the recommendations of leading health officials on how to limit the spread of COVID-19. All members of the Harvard community are asked to help in this effort. For more information, please visit the Harvard Coronavirus website.
Harvard Women's History Tour
The Harvard University Visitor Center is proud to offer the Harvard Women’s History Tour. On this free virtual student-led tour, you will encounter stories and sights that illustrate women’s challenges and triumphs over the past three centuries, as well as the history of Radcliffe and Harvard.
From Ann Radcliffe to Drew Faust, many women have contributed greatly to Harvard’s esteemed legacy. Though some are remembered by name, there are many women of Harvard who have been overlooked in our history. This tour aims to shed light on their accomplishments that still impact women at Harvard today. Tours are conducted via Zoom and registration must be made in advance.
Student-Led Virtual Historical Tour of Harvard
The Harvard University Visitor Center will be offering a Virtual Historical Tour of Harvard. This virtual student-led tour of Harvard provides a history of the University, general information, and a unique view on the student’s individual experience. The virtual historical tour showcases never-before-seen images of Harvard and its legacy in modern and historical times. Tours are conducted via Zoom and registration must be made in advance.
Upcoming tour schedule: