Cambridge Office Of Tourism
You never forget your first visit to Cambridge. A mere 2-mile jaunt from Boston, MA and just across the Charles River, it is a thriving metropolis unlike any other.
Often referred to as “Boston’s Left Bank,” in Cambridge you can have the time of your life while changing the world. This is a city where Old World meets New Age in a mesmerizing blend of history and technology. Where else can you rub tweedy elbows with status-quo-challenging scholars, drop into a hypnotic African drumming dance class, or scoot into a bar for the best bacon-topped burger of your life? (Seriously, you’ll dine well here in the land of cult-worthy restaurants.)
No matter which neighbourhood you find yourself in, Cambridge’s scene teems with eclectic energy. Home to two world-renowned universities — Harvard University and MIT — we are just a short walk or subway ride away from Boston. Here, there are plenty of great minds, but more importantly, good times.
After all, Cambridge is a place where all are welcome to pledge geekdom to anything and everything. Bauhaus architecture, antique bikes, craft cocktails, sriracha pickles, glass blowing, international law, post-rock cover bands, and plenty of hidden gems you’ll brag to your friends about for years to come.
Our forefathers would be most proud, don’t you think?
For more information about Cambridge, Massachusetts, or for help planning your trip, please visit us online at www.cambridgeusa.org.