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Tourist guide to UC

80 sights not to miss, plus 5 that can’t be seen

by Deborah Rieselman

Consider this issue of UC Magazine your travel guide to the University of Cincinnati, complete with photos of scenic overlooks, descriptions of museum-type collections and even tips for dining out. Categories include art galleries, a sculpture tour, medical museums, colorful events on campus, the rebirth of surrounding neighborhoods, various sports, intriguing buildings and angles that might be hard to identify, as well as a visit to the Clermont and Blue Ash campuses.

If you haven’t been back lately, campus has not only been transformed into what Forbes magazine called one of “the most beautiful college campuses in the world,” but it has maintained a sense of history, complete with treasures you may have forgotten or, more likely, you never saw.

We can promise enough tourist attractions to literally keep you at UC for 48 hours — even right through the night since the Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center is located on East Campus near the College of Nursing.

The following pages will be your travel guide. We’ll make 80 stops in all, but a leisurely stroll from your easy chair will be a breeze. At the end, we’ll point out five popular things that you simply cannot see.

Editor’s note: For those planning to come to visit, be sure to check out the UC shuttle schedule to help plan your tour. You can also refer to the campus maps, at right and included on every page.

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Architectural highlights and an intro across campus

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