Traveling from Logan Airport to Harvard Square

Logan Airport to Harvard Square

Travel Distance: Approximately 12.07 km/7.5 miles

By Subway
Approx. Fee: $2.00 USD per ride
Travel Time: 35-50 minutes
About: Take the Silver Line to the Red Line (heading towards Alewife) and exit at Harvard Station.

By Taxi
Approx. Fee: $40-$45 USD
Available: 24 hours
Travel Time: 20 minutes
About: Taxis are available at each Logan International Airport terminal. They accept USD and all major credit cards.

Directions from Logan Airport to Sheraton Commander Hotel (16 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA)

  • Subway: Take the Silver Line to the Red Line and exit at Harvard Station.  Head northeast on Dunster Street towards Massachusetts Avenue, and cross the street to your left to continue onto Massachusetts Avenue, past Church Street. Turn left at Garden Street and continue for approx. 2 minutes until you arrive at 16 Garden Street. The Sheraton is ~10 minute walk from the train station.
  • Driving Directions: Found on their website
  • Walking from the Sheraton Commander to Harvard Law School / Wasserstein Building (4 minute walk): Exit the main entrance of the hotel (at Garden Street) and walk directly across to Waterhouse Street, continuing straight until you reach Massachusetts Avenue and make a left. Continue down Massachusetts Avenue until you reach the next set of lights at Chauncey Street. Cross to your right to the corner of Everett Street and Massachusetts Avenue. Wasserstein is the large building on the corner.

Directions from Logan Airport to Hotel Veritas (1 Remington Street, Cambridge, MA)

  • Subway: Getting to Hotel Veritas by the subway can take about an hour and costs $2 per person.  Take the Silver Line to the Red Line and exit at Harvard Station.  Walk east on Massachusetts Avenue for 0.3 miles / 7 minutes and the hotel is on your left at the corner of Remington Street. 
  • Driving Directions: Found on their website.
  • Walking Directions from Hotel Veritas to HLS / Wasserstein Building (10-15 minute walk): Turn right out of the exit and turn right (to head northwest) on Massachusetts Avenue until you arrive across from Holyoke Street and enter the next gateway/entrance on your right, into the Harvard Yard. Walk straight through the exit of the yard; past the Science Center (on your right) and continue to walk straight until you reach smaller yard, with the Langdell Building on your left. Continue straight and you will arrive to a small set of stairs into the courtyard (with a volleyball court on the right) and a similar set of stairs across, going up into a path. Follow the path that will bear right and will lead you onto a street (Everett Street). Make a left and walk to the end of Everett Street & Massachusetts Avenue. Wasserstein is the large building on the corner.

 

Directions from Logan Airport to Inn at Harvard (1201 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA)

  • Subway: Take the Silver Line to the Red Line and exit at Harvard Station. Walk east on Massachusetts Avenue for 0.2 miles / 5 minutes and the entrance into the hotel courtyard is on your left (tucked in from the street).
  • Driving Directions: Use the trip planner found on their website.
  • Walking Directions from The Inn at Harvard to Harvard Law School / Wasserstein Building  (10-15 minute walk): Leave the rear entrance (Quincy Park) of the hotel and make an immediate right to follow the path out of the park. Cross Harvard Street onto Quincy Street. Make a left at the first Harvard Gate and walk through Harvard Yard, passing Widener Library on your left and Thayer Hall on your right. Cross over Cambridge Street and re-enter into Harvard Yard. Pass the Science Center on your right and continue straight until you reach smaller yard, with the Langdell Building on your left. Continue straight and you will arrive to a small set of stairs into the courtyard (with a volleyball court on the right) and a similar set of stairs across, going up into a path. Follow the path that will bear right and will lead you onto a street (Everett Street). Make a left and walk to the end of Everett Street & Massachusetts Avenue. Wasserstein is the large building on the corner.

 

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