More Campus Exhibits
The following are other museums, exhibits and tours available to the public at the University of Kansas:
Adams Alumni Center
The Adams Alumni Center exhibits a photographic history of the University of Kansas. The framed, original photographs, curated by University Archives, are displayed along the first-floor hallways.
Booth Family Hall of Athletics
The exhibits in Allen Fieldhouse allow visitors to experience the history and tradition of Kansas Athletics by honoring KU's historic athletics programs, coaches and student-athletes, past and present. Visitors can also view James Naismith Court, and access the DeBruce Center, which contains the Naismith's Original Rules of "Basket Ball" exhibit.
Campus Sculptures Tour
The Spencer Museum of Art website provides a guide of the sculptures around campus. The website also provides a link to the museum's mobile app for an audio tour.
Kenneth Spencer Research Library
The library's feature North Gallery exhibit is a glass-enclosed book stack with selections from its collections. From August to May, the North Gallery also displays artwork created by KU students. The third floor also features revolving exhibitions that highlight library collections through the exploration of different themes.
KU Libraries Exhibits Program
This program highlights the strengths of the libraries’ collections and the creative scholarship of the KU campus community. In partnership with other cultural venues, the exhibitions promote the scholarly and educational mission of the University, reflect the Libraries' commitment to freedom of information and cultural diversity, and stimulate academic discourse on campus.
KU Libraries LibArt Exhibition
This series features artwork from undergraduate and graduate students exhibited in gallery spaces of differing libraries across campus
KU Museum of Natural History
This museum features four floors of live-animal exhibits, the famous Panorama and displays of fossils and Kansas wildlife.
Naismith's Original Rules of "Basket Ball"
The DeBruce Center houses the Naismith's Original Rules of "Basket Ball" exhibit, as well as other exhibits showcasing KU's basketball traditions. The DeBruce Center connects to the Allen Fieldhouse, which contains the Booth Family Hall of Athletics exhibits.
Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics
The Institute celebrates public service and promotes civil discourse and the legacy of Senator Bob Dole. The museum gallery features the world’s largest stained-glass American flag, Kansas veterans WWII memory wall and World Trade Center beams.
Spencer Museum of Art
Located on the University of Kansas campus, the Spencer Museum of Art is a vibrant cultural center that sparks curiosity, inspires creativity, and creates connections among people through art.
Wilcox Classical Museum
The museum displays plaster casts of famous Greek and Roman sculptures as well as a wide range of ancient objects and artifacts from the ancient Mediterranean region.