THE HARVARD CLUB OF BOSTON
Steeped in rich tradition, the Harvard Club of Boston offers its members and guests the true feeling of Old Boston. Conveniently located in the heart of the historic Back Bay, the Harvard Club of Boston earned a reputation as one of the city’s top spots for holding distinguished private events.
Over the years, many famous and influential people have walked the halls of the Harvard Club. But it’s not just the history that makes the Harvard Club halls so hallowed. Each room is a visual experience in itself, featuring artistic beauty and architectural integrity.
In the warmth and character of its historic Clubhouse, if the walls could talk, they would have many stories to tell. They'd let you know that the Harvard Club of Boston has been a haven for social, intellectual, and athletic endeavors for over a century. Founded in 1908 with the aim of "giving effective expression to the Harvard Spirit," the Club has done that and more.
The walls would also recount some of the most interesting conversations in Boston, on the topics of business, medicine, art, sports, politics, etc., with luminaries such as William Howard Taft, General George C. Marshall, Eleanor Roosevelt, Henry Kissinger, Presidents Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, and George H. Walker Bush, along with Tom Brokaw, Kirk Douglas, Doris Kearns Goodwin, and Hillary Clinton.
...And they'd welcome you to a place where you can form and maintain lasting friendships; happily nurture your mind, body, and spirit; and create a wide range of wonderful memories that will last a lifetime.