In advance of — or as a substitute for — an in-person visit, please check out these virtual experiences to familiarize yourself with the Boston region, Harvard University, and the GSD.
and, if you like, and will be in attendance in-person, sign up for the free Cambridge-Boston Field Trip, on Saturday Jun 11.
Local Coronavirus Conditions
Boston, MAssachusetts: https://www.bostonglobe.com/nation/special-reports/coronavirus/
Harvard / GSD: https://www.harvard.edu/coronavirus/
Visit the GSD’s website http://www.gsd.harvard.edu
See a video presentation of the GSD’s technical resources (Computing and Digital Fabrication) prepared for the GSD’s Spring 2021 Open House.
For a special treat, join GSD Emeritus Professor Alex Krieger on his 30-minute iconic tour of Boston
See a list of Virtual Tours of Boston area cultural resources.
Visit the Arnold Arboretum’s Interactive Map.
Explore the parks of the Charles River watershed.
Explore the Trustees of Reservations’ collection of places of outstanding historic, ecological, and scenic value.
Explore the under-appreciated Boston Harbor Islands State and National Park
Travel / Transportation
Read about Boston’s Logan International Airport: https://www.massport.com/logan-airport/
June in Cambridge is usually quite comfortable, typically in the low 70s °F ( low 20’s °C ) . It may rain.
Boston is in the US Eastern Time Zone; UTC – 4 hours in “EDT Eastern Daylight Time ” in June (starting March 1 in 2022);
( UTC – 5 hours in “Standard Time” October – March. )