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
- 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 (free while the University is closed) or non-reserved space in a parking lot during evenings or weekends.
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.