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UC Berkeley is one of the world’s leading educational and intellectual centers.  It is renowned for the distinction of its faculty and students, and sets a climate of “thought leadership” that makes Berkeley a place filled with great ideas (as well as a fun college town!). 

The 178-acre "Cal" campus, open to the public, also serves as Berkeley’s unofficial “Central Park,” with beautifully landscaped grounds, historic architecture, and tranquil, wooded walking paths that cross campus to connect Downtown Berkeley, North Shattuck/Gourmet Ghetto, and the Telegraph Avenue business districts.

Ready for your back-to-school experience?  UC Berkeley offers interesting lectures, film and cultural events open to visitors on an ongoing basis. 



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Bancroft Library
Neighborhood: UC Berkeley campus

The Bancroft Library includes the Mark Twain Papers and Project, the Regional Oral History Office, The Universtiy of California Archives, the History of Science and… read more

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California Memorial Stadium
Neighborhood: UC Berkeley campus
210 Stadium Rim Way
Berkeley, CA 94720
California Memorial Stadium (1923) is the home of the California Golden Bears football team. Designed by John Galen Howard, Memorial Stadium is dedicated to students… read more

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Campanile (Sather Tower)
Neighborhood: UC Berkeley campus
S Hall Rd,
Berkeley , CA 94720
Sather Tower (1914), known to most as the Campanile, is perhaps UC Berkeley's most famous symbol. Visible for miles, it stands 307 feet tall and… read more

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Free Speech Movement Cafe
Neighborhood: UC Berkeley campus

Located at the entrance to Moffit Undergraduate Library is the Free Speech Movement Cafe, which is open the same hours as the library (8 a.m.-2… read more

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Haas Pavilion
Neighborhood: UC Berkeley campus
115 Haas Pavilion
Berkeley, CA 94720
Haas Pavilion (1999) is named for benefactor Walter Haas. It seats 12,000 and contains several large venues for athletic and special events. It replaced Harmon… read more

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Hearst Greek Theatre
Neighborhood: UC Berkeley campus
2001 Gayley Rd
Berkeley, CA 94720
(510) 642-0675
Hearst Greek Theatre (1903) is a 6,500-seat amphitheater set into the hills. The first campus structure designed by campus architect John Galen Howard, the theater… read more

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Sather Gate
Neighborhood: UC Berkeley campus
Sather Road
Berkeley, CA 94720
Sather Gate (1910) is a famous Berkeley landmark. Until World War II it was the south entrance to campus. It was a gift from Jane… read more

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South Hall
Neighborhood: UC Berkeley campus

South Hall (1873) is the oldest building on campus and home to the School of Information (iSchool). Note the bas-relief stalks of wheat at the… read more

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Sproul Plaza
Neighborhood: UC Berkeley campus
Barrow Lane
Berkeley, CA 94704
Sproul Plaza is the bustling hub of campus, where students meet, musicians perform, and political, religious, and social activists expound, especially at noon during the… read more

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UC Berkeley Visitor Center
Neighborhood: UC Berkeley campus
101 Sproul Hall
Berkeley , CA 94704
(510) 642-5215
The UC Berkeley Visitor Center is located in 101 Sproul Hall near the intersection of Bancroft Way and Telegraph Avenue. Public tours are offered daily… read more

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Ashby Village Photography Exhibit
Civic Center Art Exhibition
Day Re-dreamed
FUSION: Collision / Integration


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