Sense of Place Tour
Welcome to Carolina! The UNC Visitors Center offers its in-person Sense of Place tour that introduces campus history and traditions as well as some of the University’s current endeavors in research and innovation. We believe Carolina is a very special place, and we look forward to sharing it with you.
Our popular hour-long tour begins at the UNC Visitors Center and ends at Kenan Stadium.
Please note that this is NOT an admissions tour and tour stops do not include visiting a dorm.
Our tour capacity is 30 guests and spots fill quickly. If your preferred date and time is not available, please consider the waiting list and check back as more dates are added and cancellations are updated to release availability.
All tours leave from the UNC Visitors Center, 134 E. Franklin Street, and end at Kenan Stadium.
Our spring tour schedule will be released in early January after our student tour guides class schedules are finalized.
If you would like a self-guided tour of Carolina, our interactive Visitors Guide is helpful as you explore our campus.
School Group Video Tour
The UNC Visitors Center has a NEW school group video tour available to sixth- to eighth-grade classrooms as supplemental material to encourage students to learn about Carolina and the role a university serves within a community. Led by current Carolina students, this video tour also serves as a fun, educational resource. From Carolina traditions to our rich history and current endeavors, students will be entertained and challenged with a bingo game that tests their Carolina knowledge after watching the video tour. We also provide prompts to encourage students to reflect and share what they have learned. If you are interested in this new video tour program, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to receive the materials.