Visit Us

Seeing is believing.

The best way to know whether Texas Law is right for you is to check it out for yourself. You can meet students, ask questions, watch classes, and see our spectacular campus. You can also schedule an appointment with one of our admissions officers.

Come sample Austin, and try out the vibe. We think you’ll love it, but let’s find out.

There’s plenty to do and see while you’re in Austin.

Hang out in the Courtyard

No better way to imagine being a student than grabbing a coffee and a book and hanging out with Texas Lawhorns in the Dee Kelly Courtyard or Patman Family Plaza.

A student in a blue tee shirt and jeans stands and talk to a student wearing a backpack and dark pants and a students wearing a backpack, gray tee shirt, and blue shorts.

Visit the Blanton Museum

UT Austin’s art museum is home to more than 21,000 works from artists such as Andy Warhol, Frida Kahlo, and Rene Magritte. And be sure to visit the Ellsworth Kelly “Austin” installation!

An exterior view of the Blanton Museum entrance.

Go to a Game

UT Austin has one of the winningest athletic programs of any university in the world, and year-round opportunities to see Longhorns in action on the gridiron, the diamond, and the track, or in the pool.

The University of Texas marching band members hold orange and white flags that say "Texas"

Catch a show at Moody Center

Right on campus is Moody Center, a world-class concert arena. Acts coming Summer 2024 include Nicki Minaj, Justin Timberlake, Janet Jackson, Usher, and many more.

A blurry photo of a convert inside the darkened Moode Center arena

Hit the River

The most beautiful way to see downtown Austin is from atop a paddleboard or in a kayak on the Colorado River. Rentals are easy, inexpensive, and tons of fun.

paddle boards on Lady Bird Lake with downtown in the background

Dive into Barton Springs Pool

Cool down from the Texas heat in Austin’s jewel of a swimming hole, Barton Springs Pool, in the heart of Zilker Park. Fed by underground springs, it’s always a refreshing 68 degrees and open year-round.

Barton Springs Pool

Soak up a Sunset at Mt. Bonnell

Before a night on the town, catch the last bit of sunlight at one of Austin’s highest peaks, Mount Bonnell.

Mount Bonnell at sunset photo by Brian Birzer

Sample the Food Trucks

Austin has thousands of restaurants, but one of the best ways to enjoy the food scene is a food truck park. Try 5000 Burnet, home of T-Loc’s Sonoran Hot Dogs, Dawa Sushi, Budare’s Venezuelan, Wat Zab Thai, and more.

A woman inside a food truck serves an unseen custom a plate of food featuring three small sandwiches

Getting Here is Easy

The University of Texas is located in the heart of Austin, a city famous for live music, great food, and beautiful scenery.

727 East Dean Keeton Street
Austin, Texas 78705
Directions and parking

Building Maps

Staying overnight? Check out the Austin Visitors Center’s hotel recommendations.