The rich history of Bruin athletics is captured in the 8,000-square-foot Hall of Fame, home to the Heisman Trophy, the Wooden Awards, and Honda Cups.
Special display, John Wooden: The Den, allows fans of all ages to step into Coach Wooden's personal den, his office and place of work. See where he wrote letters and poetry, autographed thousands of pictures, entertained guests, conducted phone interviews, and watched his favorite westerns and sports on television.
The Fowler features unique collections comprising more than 750,000 objects. From exquisite works of sculpture to tools valued for their practical functions, the collections represent prehistoric, historic and contemporary cultures of Africa, Oceania, the Americas and Asia. There is also a permanent display of antique silver.
An enterprise of the Associated Students, the UCLA Store encompasses five locations on campus and has the largest sales of any college store in the nation. The main location in Ackerman Union features eight departments including BearWear, BookZone, Computer Store and The Market convenience store.
This state-of-the-art theater is the new home of the UCLA Film and Television Archive’s renowned cinematheque and the Hammer Museum’s engaging and provocative public programs. The theater is one of the most advanced, comfortable and intimate cultural venues on the West Coast.
The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Center, designed by Richard Meier & Partners Architects, houses UCLA's visual arts programs. The complex boasts 150,000 square feet of interactive multimedia facilities, studio space, classrooms and galleries for student exhibitions and public presentations, including the New Wight Gallery.
One of the most distinguished outdoor sculpture collections in the country, the garden spans more than five acres and includes more than 70 works—all private gifts to UCLA.
This 586-seat theater with a large proscenium stage hosts numerous performances by both student and professional actors.
Proudly associated with UCLA, the Geffen Playhouse welcomes an audience of more than 130,000 each year, and maintains an extensive education and outreach program designed to engage young people and the community at large in the arts. Noted for its intimacy and celebrated for its world-renowned mix of classic and contemporary plays, provocative new works and musicals, the Geffen Playhouse continues to present a body of work that has garnered national recognition.
The Museum, located at the intersection of the University and Los Angeles, endeavors to be a vibrant intellectual forum for the exploration of culturale, political, and social issues. In addition to selections from the Armand Hammer Collection, the mMuseum offers public programs such as lectures, symposia, film series, readings, and musical performances.
The UCLA department of special collections holds one of the country’s leading collections of rare books, manuscripts, and historic photographs. Among its 333,000 rare books are the Ahmanson-Murphy Aldine Collection, the Michael Sadleir Collection of Nineteenth-Century British Fiction, the Children's Book Collection, the Elmer Belt Library of Vinciana, and the Nitka Collection of Fantastic Fiction.
Tucked away in a serene, wooded corner of campus, this seven-acre garden maintains one of the most important botanical collections in the United States. A living museum with approximately 5,000 species of plants from all around the world, the garden assists the university’s teaching and research missions.
Opened in 1929 as one of the first four buildings on the Westwood campus, the library features a 63-foot-high interior dome supported by interlaced trusses, with intricately painted ceiling panels. Printed self-guided tours are available.
Home of UCLA Live, this architectural landmark is one of the four original buildings on the Westwood campus. Constructed in 1929, Royce Hall was modeled after a basilica in Milan, Italy. The 1,833-seat auditorium hosts a wide variety of world-renowned performing artists.
Just being on campus again brought back a sense of nostalgia and pride...