Founded by Harvard alumni, Trademark Tours connects people with 400 years of the history and culture held in Boston and two of its most prestigious universities. Current undergraduates lead each of the themed, multilingual walking tours. They usher groups through Harvard’s history and contemporary culture while shedding light on famous graduates and visiting campus locales such as the John Harvard statue and the Lowell House bell tower. They also lead visitors through MIT’s campus, exploring its history, technology, and architecture with stops at the Stata Center, the Green Building, and the Great Dome.
Leaving collegiate culture behind, guides journey along the Freedom Trail, which passes 14 historic locales including the Old State House, the site of the Boston Massacre, and the building where the Boston Tea Party used to discuss steeping times. Trademark Tours also enhances many of its excursions with packages that combine tours with museum visits, boat rides, and workshops.