Loeb House at Harvard University offers the perfect setting for a variety of special events. Located at 17 Quincy Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the house is situated within the walls surrounding historic Harvard Yard directly accross the street from the Faculty Club and in walking distance from the Memorial Church, Widener Library and the Harvard Art Museums. For many years the residence of Harvard presidents, Loeb House today is the home of Harvard’s Governing Boards and their administrative offices. The first floor is decorated in the 19th century style, forming an elegant, light-filled backdrop for special occasions including weddings and reunions, as well as meetings and conferences. Flowering gardens and specimen trees surround the house and provide a lovely environment for any occasion.