With 380 acres of space, the UA campus is home to a wide variety of libraries, gardens, performance arts centers, sports venues, restaurants and more. Here are some resources to help you sort everything out....
- UA Visitor Guide
This publication includes various resources for campus visitors.
- UA Visitor Center
This building features UA exhibits and publications, UAPresents ticket sales, Internet access and more.
- Interactive Campus Map
Points out buildings, parking garages and streets around campus.
- Libraries and Museums
This website provides a list of all the libraries and museums around The University of Arizona.
- Center for Creative Photography
This nationally recognized museum features exhibits by artists such as Ansel Adams and Edward Weston, as well as more contemporary photographers.
- UA Museum of Art
One of Tucson’s most renowned museums has a growing permanent collection of art ranging from 15th-century retablas to pop art.
- Flandrau: The UA Science Center
In addition to containing the largest public-viewing telescope in Southern Arizona, Flandrau also has a planetarium theater, science workshops and hands-on science exhibits.
- Jim Click Hall of Champions
This museum chronicles 100 years of UA Athletics.
- Arizona Athletics
This website has information about sports games and memorabilia.
Read about and purchase tickets for upcoming UA shows.
- University of Arizona BookStores
Purchase UA merchandise, makeup, books and more.
- Gallagher Theater
This movie theater is equipped with 340 seats and a 26 x 11 foot screen.
- Plant Walk
The University of Arizona is home to the oldest continually maintained green space in Arizona. This website acts as a tour guide and points out the various plant species located around campus.
- Where to eat on campus
This website features links to student eateries across campus.
- Main Gate Square
A guide to all the restaurants on University Boulevard between Park Avenue and Euclid.