Have you ever wanted to spend time exploring the UCLA campus? Heard about the beautiful garden that contains over 70 modern and contemporary sculptures by the likes of Rodin and Calder? What about the rumors of a hidden bridge that spanned a long forgotten arroyo? If the answer to any of those questions is “yes,” this tour is for you.
Our self-guided tour takes you on a leisurely walk through the northeast section of UCLA. You’ll learn about the area’s art and architecture, in addition to some fascinating historical trivia, as you visit 12 stops along the way. Please note that the route includes some exterior stairs, although it is possible to navigate from stop to stop using alternate pathways.
The tour is delivered as a PDF, covers about 1.7 miles and takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete.
Enjoy your time on campus!
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