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UC Tour Guide
No matter when you graduated, UC has new marvels you never dreamed and historic treasures you never knew about. So it’s time to go exploring with the UC Tour Guide in hand. Armchair tourism might work for now, but try to visit in person and spend a few days on all four campuses — eating, sleeping and sightseeing without leaving the downtown neighborhood.
80 sights not to be missed
Catch the old and new, the famous and surprising across four campuses. Begin the tour here.
- Entertaining events
Opera, plays, concerts, recitals, fashion shows and parades booked year-round.
- Artistic attractions
Art adorns, inspires and intrigues in galleries, on lawns and where least expected.
- Dramatic dining
Award-winning restaurants offer themed buffets, global cuisine and wine tastings.
- News from nearby neighborhoods
Development along Calhoun, McMillan and Short Vine reflect
- First-rate fitness/recreation
UC Recreation Center ranked among the nation’s No. 1 campus facilities.
- Kingsgate Conference Center
Eight floors of rooms, with hand-raised honey and herbs on the side.
- Mini-museums for musing
Artifacts include a 1900 laboratory, antique apothecary jars, 13-by-7-foot map from 1749.
5 things you can’t see
Echo Point’s marvels, Jimmy Nippert’s grave, Mick & Mack’s roar, Wilson Hall, TUC’s bells.
Refer to these maps to pinpoint the exact location of things in the UC Tour Guide.
Letters to the Editor
Farewell Wilson, hello heroes
President Ono's Letter
‘This I Believe’
Olympic sled, Armstrong memorial, new app
Kautz Alumni Masters Forum
On Campus Yesterday
Fashion show from early ’70s