Points of Interest

Hatcher Library houses the Reference Reading Room, Asia Library, and special collections and exhibits. Located on Central Campus off the Diag.

William L. Clements Library houses print and manuscript sources relating to early American history. Located on Central Campus.

Shapiro Library includes media production spaces, film and video resources, a first-floor cafe, and more. Located on Central Campus.

Fine Arts Library supports the study of visual art, art history, museum studies, and related disciplines. Located inside Tappan Hall on Central Campus.

Law Library contains one of the worlds best collections of legal research materials, including more than one million volumes and 500,000 titles. Located on Central Campus.

Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library supports the study of engineering, architecture, urban planning, art and design, and related disciplines. Located in the Duderstadt Center on North Campus.

Digital Media Commons provides access to evolving technologies and enables new ways to research, teach, learn, create, and explore. Located in the Duderstadt Center on North Campus.

Music Library contains musical scores, books, recordings, and historical sheet music. Located in the Moore Building on North Campus.

Bentley Historical Library houses 11,000 research collections for the study of the state of Michigan and the University of Michigan. Located on North Campus.

Taubman Health Sciences Library offers research and clinical support for the university’s health sciences schools, Michigan Medicine, and related disciplines. Located on the Medical Campus.

Points of Interest

Burton Memorial Tower was named after university president Marion Leroy Burton in 1936. It houses a 53-bell carillon and is located on Central Campus on Ingalls Mall.

Matthaei Botanical Gardens feature bonsai, native plants, perennials, and an indoor conservatory that houses plants from around the world. Open year-round. Learn more at mbgna.umich.edu.

University Unions comprises the Michigan Union, Michigan League, and Pierpont Commons. The unions offer spaces to connect, study, eat, bank, find student services, and more.

Museum of Art features an impressive global collection, as well as contemporary exhibitions next to old favorites like Picasso and Monet. Visit umma.umich.edu for more information

Nichols Arboretum “The Arb” features miles of trails, a peony garden, and collections of historic and native plants. Open daily from sunrise to sunset. Learn more at mbgna.umich.edu.

Museum of Natural History features exhibits that explore the natural world, a planetarium to discover the universe, and opportunities to meet real scientists. Visit ummnh.org for more information.