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Visiting Campus
Coming back to campus? Use the following resources to plan your visit!

Campus maps areĀ available here in multiple formats.

Note:
please visit the U's Central Corridor Construction page for the latest information about light rail construction.



In 2004, University Relations developed a self-guided walking tour of the Twin Cities campus, called the Heritage Trail. While printed brochures are no longer available, a PDF version is available here.

The Weisman Art Museum identified all of the public art on campus and mapped it. View the PDF here or visit their website for more information or to inquire about guided tours: www.weisman.umn.edu/public/public.html.

A visit to campus wouldn't be complete without a stroll down Scholars Walk and and a stop in the Heritage Gallery in McNamara Alumni Center!

Check out your favorite haunts or some of the new ones in Dinkytown and Stadium Village near the Minneapolis campus or St. Anthony Park near the St. Paul campus.


Events: the University highlights exciting on-campus events and links to more information about the many topics of study and research happening on the following websites:
  1. Events: http://events.umn.edu
  2. Factoids, general info, & relevant links: www1.umn.edu/twincities/campus.php.

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