Nice history and set of buildings. When we understand the dreams of Thomas Jefferson, it’s a perfect connection of the American way of life.
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We live here and are alumni so knowing it well, navigation is easy. Grounds and library museum are excellent, don’t miss. Parking in Culbreth garage is easy and so is Newcomb Hall. The book store is outstanding and worth a stop to shop. Many arts,...More
My husband and daughter went to UVA, and I earned a Master's there. Charlottesville despite outside agitators, is a charming place to visit. Plan to retire there. UVA has many cultural events and opens classes up to adults 65+
We walked around the campus a little to see some of the buildings. If you like history and architecture, this is definitely a place you should check out. When you're on the walkway at the rotunda, if you look up on the mountain (I forget...More
The best part about the university, was to see the dorms along the Rotunda! Quite charming! Interesting to learn, these dorms have a fireplace, but no indoor plumbing! Must be a cold trip to the bathroom!
The Rotunda is an architectural gem, with a fascinating exhibition about the founding and construction of the University. The neighbouring college buildings are pleasant, and the students who live there are polite, helpful and friendly. The overall feeling is of a non-stuffy version of an...More
My husband and I toured Virginia and discovered wonderful places to visit that captured our nation's history. We especially enjoyed Uof Virginia's beautiful campus. We highly recommend the tours.
We walked around the UVA campus on a cold and cloudy day in December, but loved it anyway. The overall architecture is beautiful, and there many delights to enjoy all over the campus. We hope to return to Charlottesville at some point and take one...More
We had an excellent tour with an undergrad who was very knowledgeable about both the history of UVA and what is currently happening at the University. This is one of only two UNESCO university sites. Well worth a visit to see Jefferson’s vision of higher...More
Lovely walk through the campus. Especially enjoyed seeing and reading about Edgar Allen Poe's room which he occupied for a year.