The best way to learn about the University of Texas at Austin campus is through one of their wonderfully informative tours. ... More
University of Texas Campus Tours
The best way to learn about the University of Texas at Austin campus is through one of their wonderfully informative tours. Student guides lead walking tours and discuss a wide range of issues including academic programs, student services, community life and the history of the university. University of Texas Campus Tours start at the Information Desk on the ground floor of the Main Building (also known as the UT Tower). Wear comfortable shoes-the campus is much larger than the original 40 acres designated to hold these facilities. The tours last about one to one and a half hours. For larger groups, make reservations at least two weeks in advance by calling +1 512 475 7399. No tours on official University holidays.
This historic building was originally designed as the Austin Asylum for the Blind in 1857. In post Civil War Reconstruction,
Major George Armstrong Custer occupied it. Today, it is a starting point for visitors to the University of Texas ...
This property is located on IH 35 at Highway 290 East, approximately seven miles from Austin Bergstrom International Airport. Local
attractions include Austin Convention Center, Highland Mall, Lyndon B. Johnson Library, State Capitol, Town Lake, and University of Texas. ...
See the beautiful sights of the Texas State Capital, Austin, like you've never seen them before by gliding on a
Segway. Segways have a platform perched on two wheels with a patented gyroscope balancing system enabling the standing rider ...