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Renowned for its rich athletic tradition, the university is a beautiful place to visit, with such religious attractions as the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, the park-like setting of its huge stadium and the abundant artwork.
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We spent the Friday before a Notre Dame game exploring the campus. First we stopped by the stadium where they had the stadium open. Fans could come in, walk down the tunnel, and see the field. There were many ushers who were more than happy...More
previous visits to South Bend had not allowed time to see anything significant at Notre Dame; however, over a period of 2 - plus days I was able to see interiors of several buildings. So much great history there--academic and athletic.
Hard to believe that a university campus could blow your mind, but Notre Dame did just that.
Even if you are not Catholic, you will be amazed at the architecture and grounds.
If you are Catholic, you will be awestruck by the grotto and the...More
The tours are throughout the day and take you through on on the field of one of the most iconic and newly redone football stadiums in college football. This is a place that Knute built and the history and notable names on the plaques are...More
This campus is just so beautiful and the history of it is amazing. So much too see, Even if you are not a Notre Dame fan you should visit this campus if you are in the area. We are very glad that we did.
Recently attended the Pitt football game with 3 friends. We walked the campus and visited the bookstore on Friday afternoon and again on Saturday. The experience was great. Campus was clean, people were friendly and things were well-marked.
Great great campus. Everything is so clean and easy to get around. So many things to do. You can eat in the student halls with the students for a small fee. The food is good and different things to eat. You can visit the cathedral,...More
The first stop for visitors to the Notre Dame campus should be the Eck Visitors center at the south side of campus. The Center will provide maps of the campus and indicate what is open to the public. However, during the... More
The first stop for visitors to the Notre Dame campus should be the Eck Visitors center at the south side of campus. The Center will provide maps of the campus and indicate what is open to the public. However, during the fall, football weekends are tremendously crowded--somethings like 100,000 people.