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Plan Your Visit

The University of Connecticut is actively planning to welcome our new and returning students, faculty, and staff back to our campuses this fall. We are dedicated to working together with public health experts and our state to maintain a quality UConn educational experience while keeping our community healthy. Visit for more information.

The hardest part of planning a trip to UConn is squeezing everything in.  After you book your campus tour, follow a few tips to make your campus visit a success. 

Most tours depart from our Lodewick Visitors Center.  Tours on high volume days, such as holidays and high school vacations, may depart from the Jorgensen Center for Performing Arts.  Review your confirmation for your tour’s check-in location.  

Weekday visitors park in either the North or South Parking Garage for a nominal fee.  Weekend visitors are able to park in Faculty/Staff Lots with posted weekday restrictions.  Weekend events may pre-empt weekend tour parking.  

UConn’s strategic Master Plan provides the blueprint for improvements that allows our flagship University to maintain its world class status.  For more information or alerts relating to construction projects affecting campus traffic, visit

Reserve ASL Interpreter Services by calling the Lodewick Visitors Center at (860) 486-4900.   ASL Interpreter services require a three-week advance request prior to visit.  Wheelchairs are available for tour participants’ use during the tour at their own risk.

Tours take place rain or shine and are rarely cancelled.  In the event of inclement weather, check UConn’s Alert Page or call (860) 486-3768 to determine if the University is closed or has a delay in our normal operating schedule.  Campus tours follow the University’s closure or delayed opening schedule. 

Need to change or cancel your Storrs Campus tour appointment? Call the Lodewick Visitors Center at (860) 486-4900.

Taking a self-guided tour? Check out the interactive map below for seven must-see spots for any UConn visitor. Click and drag the map to look around, and click on the red dots for more information. Be sure to check our events calendar for details about current activities. 

Adjacent to the campus is Downtown Storrs, a vibrant retail and residential college center featuring restaurants for every craving, clothing boutiques, a candy store, and more.

1 Dog Lane, Storrs, CT 06268
(860) 429-2740

A visit to UConn isn't complete without a stop at the Bookstore for new Husky gear!

2075 Hillside Road, Storrs, CT 06269
(860) 486-3537

The award-winning UConn Dairy Bar features 24-plus flavors of delicious ice cream made from our own cows' milk.

3636 Horsebarn Hill Road Ext., Storrs, CT 06269
(860) 486-1021

With 6,500 works of art, The Benton, Connecticut's state art museum, presents exhibitions and holds a variety of art-related special events.

245 Glenbrook Road, Storrs, CT 06269
(860) 486-4520

Grab a bite to eat after your tour in our Student Union food court, featuring our own Union Street Market and One Plate, Two Plates, as well as Panda Express, Subway, and Dunkin Donuts. Want a sit-down meal? Try Chuck & Augie's restaurant, then hit up Dairy Bar Too.

2110 Hillside Road, Storrs, CT 06269
(860) 486-3422

Looking to stay on-campus? With 100 guest rooms, two full-service restaurants, complimentary Wi-Fi access, heated indoor pool, and a fitness center, the Nathan Hale Inn is a convenient destination for alumni, Husky fans, parents, and prospective students.

855 Bolton Road, Storrs, CT 06269
(860) 427-7888

Experience Huskymania through the championship trophies and other memorabilia that weave the story of more than a century of UConn athletics at this museum, located in the Alumni Center.

2384 Alumni Drive, Unit 3053, Storrs CT 06269
(860) 486-2240

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