Texas Union 360° Virtual Tour

The Texas Union opened in 1933. Designed by Paul Cret, a French-born architect then living in Philadelphia, Cret also designed UT Austin’s Tower and Main Building, Texas Memorial Museum, Hogg Memorial Auditorium, and other buildings on campus. The Texas Union has been a campus hub for student life throughout its history; the venue of choice for countless dances, concerts, film screenings, meeting spaces and many other social activities. The Texas Union nearly doubled its size with an expansion in 1960, adding meeting rooms, a theatre, and the below-street level recreational area now known as the Union Underground.

 

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