Harvard Square Pub Crawl
About the Tour (120 minutes)
Cambridge Historical Tours steps off the streets and into the bars. Join our Pub Crawl through Harvard Square led by a professional storyteller, drinker, and host. Along the way, you’ll hear historical tidbits about each bar and raise a glass to the bawdiest toasts from the past 200 years of New England drinking. From the city’s best french fries to New England clam chowder, each of the four stops on our crawl will offer you a delicious choice of appetizers. No Pub Crawl would be complete without a drink (or 4, as it were), and nothing goes better with a good drink than good company. Bring friends, coworkers, or family to get rowdy in style!
Our Pub Crawl offers you and your co-workers roughly two hours to blow off some steam after a long day of work. This unique crawl brings you to Harvard Square’s hot spots, like the John Harvard’s, The Red House, Tasty Burger, UNO’s, Fire + Ice, and The Sinclair. Pick four spots you like and have a laugh or a gasp at some of the most famous and occasionally irreverent toasts in history.
Admission & Calendar
Bookings are available Everyday at 5:30-7:30pm with reservations. You must be 21 or older!
We offer two packages:
Pub Crawl Regular ticket ($49) includes two hours with your professional storyteller, drinks, and appetizers at each of the locations;
Pub Crawl Full Belly ticket ($58) offers you full belly satisfaction with more food/drink options.
***Please Note: There is a 4 person minimum for this tour. If your party is less than 4, and we do not reach capacity, the tour will be cancelled, and you will be contacted. You can group up before making the reservation or we can set you up with some awesome people.***
We will gather by the Visitor Information kiosk at the Harvard Square T Stop. You can’t miss our guides in hoop skirts and top hats!
For more information, please visit: http://cambridgehistoricaltours.org/tours/pub-crawl/ or call (617) 520-4030 for schedule and details. Or, you can follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CambridgeHistoricalTours and Twitter: https://twitter.com/OldCambridge