With minds open to more, our learning isn’t confined to the classroom. UF consistently attracts world-class symphony orchestras, Broadway plays, opera and large-scale ballet performances. Through a commitment to achieving more and engaging fully, Gators are opening windows to the world.
Containing 25 million specimens, UF’s natural history museum is the largest in the Southeast.
UF’s artistic venues house a permanent collection of more than 8,000 original works.
UF is home to two television stations and four radio stations.
Featuring a permanent collection of more than 8,000 original works, the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art houses a variety of paintings, sculptures, prints, ceramics, photographs and cultural objects. The museum also features a variety of changing exhibitions and a full range of educational programs.
The Phillips Center for the Performing Arts regularly attracts a range of world-class performances including symphony orchestras, Broadway plays, opera and large-scale ballet.
Home to a concert stage and seating for 867, the University Auditorium has a variety of musical concerts, special lectures, convocations, and less technically demanding dance concerts and pageants. It’s also one of several university buildings included in the National Register of Historic Places.
The Phillips Center hosts UF Department of Theatre and Dance productions, local ballet performances, and a large variety of Broadway plays, operas and ballets.
Located in the heart of the UF campus, the McGuire Theatre and Dance Pavilion features a 415-seat mainstage theatre, the Black Box theatre, acting and dance studios, an expanded scenic shop, and design and light labs.
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