First Nations Cultural Landscape Walking Tour of UW-Madison Campus

Thursday, May 5
Meet at Memorial Union (800 Langdon St.)
Cost: $5 (Register in advance)
Capacity: 15 people


The UW-Madison campus is arguably the most archeologically rich university campus in the country. This tour highlights American Indian landmarks on the UW-Madison campus, stopping at seven locations to learn their Native history and cultural significance. The tour will be about a mile long, so please wear walking shoes and prepare to walk up hills.

Sign up for this tour during the online registration process

Location and Transportation

A MAC volunteer will meet you in front of the UW-Madison Memorial Union (800 Langdon St). The Union is a 0.8 mile walk from the hotel. Make a left out of the front doors of the hotel (W. Dayton Street) and continue two blocks to State Street. Make a right on State Street. In about half a mile, you will cross N. Lake Street and enter a pedestrian mall. Continue straight past Memorial Library, then turn right to cross Library Mall – the open quad with a fountain in the middle. The UW-Madison Memorial Union will be facing you across Langdon Street.

Via bus, routes 4, and 6 run down State Street.

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