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Campus Tours

Our virtual guided tours let you see the places that help define and distinguish Emory's place among the nation's top universities. The Office of Undergraduate Admission allows you to schedule in-person tours.

Emory's main campus covers more than 600 acres in Atlanta's historic suburb of Druid Hills. Students, faculty, staff and visitors enjoy a peaceful, pedestrian-friendly environment, with easy proximity to one of the nation's fastest-growing metropolitan areas.

The campus features a thoughtful balance of buildings and green space. Peavine Creek, a branch of the historic Peachtree Creek, winds through maples, oaks, magnolias, pines and dogwoods that grace the gently rolling hills.

The Haygood-Hopkins Memorial Gateway marks the main entrance from Druid Hills, a gracious, park-like residential area designed by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. The original campus plan is the work of Beaux-Arts architect Henry Hornbostel. Other noted architects who have designed buildings here include John C. Portman and Michael Graves.

Browse the interactive tours and videos gathered here. We invite you to visit campus in person, and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Virtual Tours

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Interactive 360° Views

Visit Emory College and the Atlanta campus right now using our virtual tour with an array of 360-degree images.

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Druid Hills

What's here: Emory College of Arts and Sciences, all graduate and professional schools, most libraries, the DUC, Lullwater, Emory Eagles, Michael C. Carlos Museum, Schwartz Center, Glenn Memorial Auditorium, Emory Alumni Association


What's here: Undergraduate and graduate housing plus the Student Activity and Academic Center, accessible by Lullwater Preserve paths and Cliff shuttle


What's here: Oxford College on Emory's original site just outside Atlanta, accessible by Cliff shuttle

Guided Tours


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The Quad

The Quadrangle serves as the symbolic center of campus and hosts spring Commencement ceremonies. Several of the pink and gray marble-clad buildings that frame the Quad are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Lullwater House and Preserve

University presidents live in an English Tudor mansion surrounded by extensive acreage with lawns and wooded paths that the public is welcome to enjoy.

The Depot

The former train stop, built in 1916, is home to a restaurant.

Phi Gamma and Few Halls

The Oxford campus maintains Emory's first and oldest academic buildings.

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