Harvard Coop Society Bookstore

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Details
1400 Massachusetts Ave (at Brattle St.)
Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 499-2000
Bookstore, Gift Shop, Coffee Shop
Hours
Mon–Sat: 9:00 AM–10:00 PM Sun: 10:00 AM–9:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Since 1882, this Harvard landmark has been a staple of Harvard Square. Browse for a new book or shop their wide array of official Harvard gear.
  • The Coop (The Harvard/MIT Cooperative Society) was founded in 1882 by a group of students, as a cooperative which would provide the academic and professional community with a place to buy merchandise.
  • Feel like throwing your cash into an inferno? Buy some textbooks here!
  • If it was still just the Harvard COOP & not part of Barnes & noble, I'd be happier.
  • The Harvard Coop is the best place to poop.
  • very amazing
  • Everything u could want plus some. Great clothes,etc.
  • Illuminati Training Center? :)
  • Check out the books section. Youll find every tome you didn't know you had to read but instantly want to own.
  • Remember, it's the "coupe," not the "co-op". Founded in 1882 by a group of Harvard students, the Coop is one of the country's largest bookstores.
  • The lack of bathrooms in this place says wonders about Harvard's planning they put into this building
  • The hand dryer in the men's room says "Push to receive bacon." Too bad it isn't true.
  • Harvard Coop
  • While it feels like a big box bookstore, this is an old institution that is worth visiting. Remember who this bookstore serves and then you'll realize how unique it's offerings can be.
  • Honestly a date place, full of conversation topics
  • Additional restrooms over the sky bridge
  • A lot of Harvard souvenirs available.
  • Great shop, let down by poor customer service. Staff chatting to one another while serving and ramming $230 worth of purchases into a small bag.
  • Favorite bookstore in Boston. Great selection, you can spend hours in there, just browsing and looking at all the beautiful editions they have.
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