Sterling Hall of Medicine

Finished in 1925, this hall has served as a centerpiece for the medical school, encompassing the Medical School Library as well as faculty laboratories (including ours).

Woolsey Hall 

The hall was built in 1901 to commemorate Yale’s bicentennial.  It’s the site of many musical performances including Yale Philharmonia Orchestra concerts.

Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library

As the name suggests, this library houses rare books and manuscripts, including one of the few remaining Gutenberg Bibles

Founded in 1701, Yale is one of the oldest schools of higher education in the United States.  Yale University comprises 13 professional schools (including the School of Medicine), the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Yale College.

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Old Campus

This area houses freshmen in 10 residential colleges and includes several notable statues, including one of Nathan Hale.

Yale Law School

Many notable luminaries spent time here, including William Taft, Gerald Ford, and Bill & Hillary Clinton

Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History

This museum contains many interesting collections including some amazing fossils

Sterling Memorial Library

Yes, it’s a library, but it’s designed like a cathedral. This is a view of the courtyard.

Yale Center for British Art

There’s so much British art in here that you might think that you were in the UK.