10 Things To Do at UC Berkeley

1. Go Up the Campanile (Sather Tower)

2. Roll Down 4.0 Hill

3. Find the Hidden Bears in South Hall

  • South Hall is the oldest building at UC Berkeley and it was built in 1873 in the Napoleon III style. It is the only building left of the original campus! It is a common game to look for hidden bear statues on campus, especially in the architecture at South Hall as the bears are very well incorporated into the building. Can you spot them?

4. Enjoy the architecture of our Libraries

5. Relax on Memorial Glade

6. Big C Hike

7. Check out Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA)

8. Get Boba

9. Visit the Berkeley Marina

10. Walk down the Famous Sather Lane

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