Tour of MIT

Whether pulling epic pranks (called “Hacks”), or inventing Rock Band and Guitar Hero, MIT students are some of the most brilliant in the world. From groundbreaking cancer treatments to the future of Artificial Intelligence, this school provides an insight into cutting-edge technology and groundbreaking medical science that will blow any listeners mind. Explore the campus treasures such as the Great Dome, our nuclear reactors (exterior only!), the Wright Brothers Wind Tunnel, and more!


  • MIT Sloan School of Business
  • MIT Media Lab
  • I.M. Pei Buildings
  • The Quad
  • Koch Center for Integrative Cancer Research
  • The Stata Center
  • The Infinite Corridor
  • The Great Dome
  • The Little Dome/Lobby 7
  • The Alchemist
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  • $300.00 booking minimum covers up to 10 guests for up to two hours.
  • This tour typically lasts 90-120 minutes. We can do it faster or slower, but tend to recommend at least 90 minutes.
  • This tour path is roughly 9/10ths of a mile, or 1.5 km.
  • For customized tours in groups larger than 10, please contact us for pricing.
  • This tour can be delivered in Corporate attire, Colonial Period dress, or Victorian-era Dress, as requested.


  • This tour is designed to blend seamlessly with the Innovations of Kendall Square Tour, or to be done back-to-back!
  • MIT Museum—Holograms and moving sculptures are major highlights of this cool and cheap museum (extra fees for admission)
  • Want to stop for a bite to eat? We have great recommendations for before, during, or after the tour. Contact us for more!
  • Need a place to host a corporate meeting? MIT’s Media Lab, Tang Center, Samburg Conference Center, and a variety of other locations are an easy way to stay connected to MIT before, during, and after the tour. Contact us for more.

We Can't...

  • We cannot go inside MIT classrooms or dormitories, as they are functional classrooms and dormitories!
  • Unfortunately, we cannot include any “insider” tours of the tech and biotech labs at MIT. The companies and laboratories on MIT’s campus are active, working, and often sanitized laboratories which would have difficulty functioning if they allowed tour companies inside. If you are able to arrange something directly through one of the labs, we would be delighted to accompany you to and from the location within the timeframe of the tour, or as needed.
  • This tour is a walking tour, and not recommended as a path for a Step-On Tour