Harvard University Cambridge Massachusetts US City Vector Map

Harvard University is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and is surrounded by several principal streets and roads that define its campus boundaries. Here are some of the main streets and roads in and around Harvard University:

  1. Massachusetts Avenue (Mass Ave): This major thoroughfare runs through Cambridge and is one of the primary streets bordering Harvard’s campus. It is lined with shops, restaurants, and serves as a central artery for both vehicular and pedestrian traffic.
  2. John F. Kennedy Street: This street intersects with Massachusetts Avenue and is a prominent thoroughfare within Harvard Square. It’s home to various businesses, bookstores, and cafes, making it a bustling area for students and visitors.
  3. Harvard Square: While not a street, Harvard Square is a historic and vibrant public space at the heart of the university’s campus. It’s surrounded by streets such as Massachusetts Avenue, John F. Kennedy Street, and Brattle Street. The square is a focal point for shopping, dining, and socializing.
  4. Brattle Street: This street runs parallel to Massachusetts Avenue and is known for its historic charm and elegant residences. It intersects with Harvard Square and serves as a picturesque route.
  5. Memorial Drive: Running along the Charles River, Memorial Drive provides scenic views of the river and connects various parts of the campus. It is a popular route for walking, jogging, and biking.
  6. Oxford Street: Located on the western side of Harvard’s campus, Oxford Street is home to several academic buildings and laboratories. It runs parallel to Kirkland Street and Massachusetts Avenue.
  7. Kirkland Street: Running parallel to Massachusetts Avenue, Kirkland Street is located to the north of Harvard Yard. It is flanked by various academic buildings and student residences.
  8. Quincy Street: This street is situated near Harvard Yard and is home to several academic buildings and administrative offices.
  9. Cambridge Street: To the north of Harvard Square, Cambridge Street provides access to the northern parts of Harvard’s campus and the surrounding neighborhoods.

These streets form the framework of the Harvard University campus and contribute to the dynamic and lively atmosphere of the surrounding area. Keep in mind that the information may change, and it’s always a good idea to check for updates if you’re planning a visit.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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