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Where is Harvard University?

While many think of Harvard Yard in Cambridge, Massachusetts as Harvard’s campus, the University also has robust campuses in the Longwood and Allston neighborhoods of Boston, Massachusetts.

Transportation and parking

Public transportation to Harvard Square

For directions to our Allston and Boston campuses, find the School websites below.

By subway you can find us at the Harvard stop on the Red Line of the MBTA subway system, which brings you right across the street from Harvard Yard.

From Logan Airport you can get to the Harvard stop by taking the Blue Line or the Silver Line downtown and transferring to the Red Line.

By train you can get to our Red Line stop either by taking a train to South Station and transferring to the Red Line or by taking a train to North Station and transferring to the Orange and then Red Line.

Learn more from the MBTA

Visitor parking

Parking is extremely limited around Harvard Square. There are metered parking spaces available around the square, though they are usually quite full. All garages are privately run (with the exception of the Broadway Garage).

View private garages around Harvard Square

Harvard building addresses

An aerial view of campus.

Campus map

Use our official map to navigate Harvard’s campus and find auditoriums, churches, libraries, museums, and other important buildings.

Explore Harvard’s official map