Spend just a minute on our campus and you'll quickly see how The University of Texas at Austin is an immense and beautiful world all its own. And with our dozens of museums, libraries, centers, institutes and special venues spread across the campus and the city, each with its own unique exhibits and programming, you'll never be bored. Designed to enhance the experience of not just current students, faculty, and staff but also community members and visitors from around the world, our many campus destinations will educate, delight and amaze.
One of the foremost university art museums in the country, with the largest and most comprehensive collection of art in Central Texas.
Located in the historical Texas Union, the Cactus is a live music listening room that showcases top local, regional, national and international acts.
One of the largest stadiums in the nation — and home to our beloved Longhorns football team.
A leading history research center featuring rich collections on Texas and U.S. history.
An impressive aquatic complex with indoor and outdoor lap and leisure pools, a spa, deck space, and more.
An internationally renowned humanities research library and museum, providing unique insight into the creative process of writers and artists.
An iconic presidential library and museum covering President Lyndon Baines Johnson's political career and American history.
Moody Center is a $375M, 15,000+ seat premier venue featuring over 150 nights a year of unique entertainment. Moody Center features the best and biggest names in the music industry while hosting The University of Texas Women’s and Men’s basketball games, family shows and other sporting and local events.
A museum and library dedicated to the study of physical culture and sports.
A state-of-the-art, award-winning and environmentally friendly student gathering space.
A museum devoted to the natural sciences, exhibiting the university’s stunning biological and geological collections.
Our historic student union, serving as the university's "living room" since 1933.