Campus Art and Sculpture Hunt

Enjoy self-guided art and sculpture hunts, designed for any age. 
Using your mobile phone, learn about public art and enjoy a 40-minute walk on UConn’s beautiful campus.

Specifically during this period of Covid-19 and social distancing we have highlighted outdoor works of art on two routes, each about a 45 minute walk.  Times will vary with a stroll or jog!  If you want a longer walk try the bonus feature on the North Campus route.

Start each walk at The William Benton Museum of Art

NORTH CAMPUS HUNT

SOUTH CAMPUS HUNT

RULES:

  • DO take a selfie with the works of art and share it with us at #BentonMuseum
  • DO be safe and don’t touch the works of art. This is an observational hunt.
  • DO be safe and stay a safe distance from other visitors.
  • DO respect the works of art and UConn’s campus rules, and leave no evidence of your visit behind.
  • Happy hunting!

Parking:  Park in any UConn garage or non-reserved space in a parking lot during evenings or weekends. 

Credits:
UConn Students Eva Solano and Katherine McGuire for designing the hunts.
The Benton Museum Docents for the research and for starting the tradition of art walks on campus.