The Michigan State University Campus attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year, who delight in the changing colors of the seasons, the ivy covered halls and treasured landmarks, such as Beaumont Tower and Sparty.  Situated on the banks of the Red Cedar River, the MSU campus is the 8th largest in the country and one of the most naturally beautiful. The links below will provide you with information on some of the places you might consider seeing on your visit to the park-like campus of Michigan State University.

Michigan State University Campus Gardens…

W. J. Beal Botanical Garden
MSU Horticultural Gardens
MSU 4-H Children’s Garden
MSU Healing Garden

Michigan State University Museums and Planetarium…

Broad Modern Art Museum
MSU Historical Museum
Abrams Planetarium
MSU Bug House

Michigan State University Performing Arts…

Wharton Center
Fairchild Theatre / MSU Auditorium
Cook and Hart Recital Halls

Michigan State University Sports…

Spartan Stadium
Breslin Center
Munn Ice Arena
Demmer Shooting Sports Center
Forest Akers Golf Courses
MSU Swimming Pools

Michigan State University Campus Unique To-Do’s…

MSU Dairy Store
MSU River Trail
MSU Alumni Chapel
Brody Cafeteria
Beaumont Tower