Trademark Tours was started in 2006 by Harvard alumni, and is now the leading private group tour provider at Harvard and MIT for tour operators and visitors. The tour company offers tours at many colleges and historic sites in and around Boston. Its tour are led by professional tour guides and current college students. Through agreements with Harvard, Trademark Tours is able to provide unique experiences and services to both tour operators and visitors at the world famous university.
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The company also offers Elite Education Programs, including half-day programs, full-day programs, and multi-day Summits. These programs are available in multiple languages, and include transportation, accommodation, dining, entertainment, and development workshops. Tours run by Trademark Tours are typically about ninety minutes long, however, they can be made shorter or longer.
The Freedom Trail Tours are group tours led by experienced, charismatic college students from Boston University, Emerson, and Boston College. The tours explore Boston's Freedom Trail, from Quincy Market to the Boston Common, and feature stories about historical events and people along the way. The guide will also share personal stories about what life is like in present-day Boston. Stop along the Freedom Trail include Faneuil Hall, King's Chapel, The Boston State House, Omni Parker House Hotel, Old City Hall, Granary Burying Ground, Park Street Church, Old State House, and Old South Meeting House.
Tours of Harvard offered by Trademark Tours are led by current students of Harvard University. The knowledgeable and charismatic guides inspire and entertain visitors with personal anecdotes and stories about the history of Harvard. The Harvard tour features three themes: Famous Harvardians, Harvard Culture, and Harvard History. All of the main sections of campus are covered during the tour, as well as other smaller areas. Stops along the tour include The Science Center & Memorial Hall, as well as Harvard Square, a village-like area where students play and live. The tour also visits Harvard Yard, where visitors will see the well-known Widener Library, the John Harvard Statue, Johnston Gate, and Old Yard.
The company's Tours of MIT are led by charismatic current students. These knowledgeable and dynamic guides inspire and entertain tour participants with stories of their own experiences at MIT, as well as about the history of the university. Trademark Tours works with both adult and student groups of various sizes from all over the world. The MIT tours feature three themes: Famous MIT alumni, MIT Culture, and MIT History. MIT's history spans from its Boston roots to its incredible present-day growth in Cambridge. Many people may not recognize the names of the famous alumni, but they will recognize their inventions almost for certain. The campus of MIT can be difficult to navigate, so taking a tour with Trademark Tours is way to make sure visitors see everything important there is to see. Among the many stops along the MIT Tour are the Stata Center, Kendall Square, Great Dome, The Green Building, the Infiniate Cooridor, Lobby 7, and Harvard Bridge.
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