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Longfellow House

Brattle Street in Harvard Square in general is a very cool street to roam around looking at the architecture, but we are partial to the tour of this national historic site which was once Washington’s headquarters. You can try our Harvard Square Chocolate Tour to acquaint yourself with the neighborhood and cobblestone streets, and don’t forget to take a photo of yourself with Harvard Square butterfly wings.

Central Square

Having lived in Central Square, we truly appreciate the diversity and excitement of this area. Our Central Square Food and Mural Arts Tour showcases the diverse art murals of this fun area and highlights the most delicious eats.

Harvard Square

Although the famous Au Bon Pain is no longer there on Holyoke Street, you can still play chess in front of the new Student Center which is open to the public and contains a variety of small businesses for guests to enjoy. And afterwards you can go to Leavitt and Peirce which is over 100 years old and sells tobacco, razors, and other specialty goods.