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You can also download a printable self-guided walking tour map.
For general campus tour information please call 617-253-4795, Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm.
Regularly scheduled student-led campus tours are conducted Monday through Friday at 11 am and at 3 pm, excluding legal US holidays and the winter break period (see academic calendar). Note: tours are not held on days when the campus is closed. Visitors are advised to check the MIT Alert page or call 617-253-SNOW (7669) to ensure that the Institute is open and operating as usual.
Holidays and Institute events affect the tour schedule periodically throughout the year. Please check the MIT Events Calendar for holiday dates when tours may not be offered.
The campus tours depart from the Building 7 Lobby, located at 77 Massachusetts Avenue, and generally last 75-90 minutes. All tours are conducted in English. The tours are led by MIT students and cover some of the most popular areas of the campus including the Student Center, the Zesiger Athletic Center, Kresge Auditorium, the MIT Chapel, the Infinite Corridor, and the Stata Center.
Reservations are not required for groups of fewer than 10 individuals. If you have a group consisting of 10 individuals or more, please see the next section regarding private group tours.
Undergraduate Admissions Information Sessions are conducted prior to the campus tours during most of the year, except for dates posted on the Admissions Office website. Check the Admissions Office website for session times, dates sessions are not offered, and any updates. The Admissions Office kindly asks that you RSVP to the Information Session you wish to attend.
For groups of 10 or more, please complete the request form at least two weeks prior to your visit. We will make every effort to accommodate your private group tour request, but please note that the private tours are always subject to the availability of MIT's student tour guides.
MIT departments, labs, and centers who will welcome foreign guests or government groups to campus may read more on the delegations and official visits page.