The LATC was the first large-scale outdoor tennis stadium in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. It is home to both UCLA tennis teams and every summer hosts the LA Open. Read more.
Boelter Hall is the future home to a museum that will hold Prof. Leonard Kleinrock's Interface Message Processor (IMP), the router used to make the first Internet connection! Read more.
UCLA Live presents world-class performing arts with a global perspective, enhancing the experience by engaging, cultivating, and developing artists and audiences. Read more.
The Powell Library building houses the main undergraduate library. One section is open 24hours/day for much of the quarter. Ray Bradbury’s “Farenheit 451” was written in the basement of this building. Read more.
Explore global arts and cultures at the Fowler Museum, open Wednesday through Sunday. Admission is always free! And don't miss the Fowler Museum store for unusual jewelry, scarves, and gifts. Read more.
Named for UCLA's third chancellor, Murphy Sculpture Garden covers 5 acres and includes over 70 works of art by major sculptors from around the world. Read more.
Skylights pour sunshine into the Lu Valle Servery, where you can choose from the Great American Roadside Grill, Jimmy's Kitchen, Honorable Subs or California Toss for salad and pizza! Read more.