Events & attractions

Cal Performances

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BAMPFA opened its new doors in downtown Berkeley! Art exhibits, film and archival materials are now open.

日韩美a一级毛片,日本高清免费一本视频,a级做爰片,琪琪电影在线观看线看UC Berkeley’s 34-acre nonprofit research garden and museum boasts over 13,000 plants from around the world. The garden was established in 1890 and is open to the public year-round.

A complete renovation has transformed Berkeley's historic stadium. Find out about available tours.

Cal Performances presents, commissions and produces artistic performances from world-renowned musicians, dancers, playwrights and more.

Campanile tours

Take a ride up the third-tallest bell- and clock-tower in the world. The observation platform, located 200 feet up, provides spectacular views of the campus and Bay Area. Carillon concerts are performed daily at noon.

UC Berkeley's public science center provides parents, kids and educators the opportunity to engage with science.

Lower Sproul has a whole new life. Recently redesigned, the new Lower Sproul is a hub of campus activity.

Former U.S. poet laureate, Robert Hass invites all to hear campus community members read their favorite poems over the lunch hour in Morrison Library.

Explore exhibits, artwork, texts and objects from the Magnes Collection of Jewish art and life.

The Department of Music presents a series of free weekly concerts every semester. Music students and community musicians perform every Wednesday in Hertz Hall.

This is Bear territory. Root for the Golden Bears, winners of 87 team national championships, at your favorite events.

Sproul Plaza

Stroll through the social heart of the Berkeley campus, where students meet and the community gathers to voice opinions, raise awareness and pay homage to the Free Speech Movement.

The North and South forks of Strawberry Creek meet on the Berkeley campus and flow westward toward the San Francisco Bay. Bridges and footpaths follow the creek throughout campus.

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“The nature of art inspires new thinking, new ways of unlocking problems.”
Lawrence Rinder, director, Berkeley Art Museum