In light of the evolving situation around Coronavirus (COVID-19), UBC attractions have modified their hours and visiting procedures.
Effective Wednesday, September 16, 2020, UBC students, faculty, staff and visitors will be required to wear non-medical masks, when indoors on campus.
Please check UBC.ca for official communication on Coronavirus (COVID-19) and UBC’s response.
Let us show you around!
UBC is a big place — but the knowledgeable student ambassadors at the UBC Welcome Centre can help make it a bit smaller. Register to join one of their free guided walking tours and get to know the Vancouver campus like a local.
Visiting UBC? Sign up for a free guided tour
The UBC Welcome Centre offers free and friendly guided tours for individuals and groups visiting the Vancouver campus. From mid-March to mid-November, visitor tours are offered on Wednesdays (12:00 pm to 12:50 pm) with a focus on campus south of University Boulevard, and on Saturdays (10:30 am to 12:00 pm) with a focus north of University Boulevard.
Register online or call or visit the Welcome Centre to book a spot.
For groups of 15 people or more, please contact the Welcome Centre to arrange a tour year-round.
In light of the evolving situation around Coronavirus (COVID-19), all tours are postponed.
Thinking of becoming a student at UBC? There’s a tour just for you
Are you thinking of studying at UBC? Make sure you sign up for the right tour.
UBC offers a unique campus walkabout exclusively intended for prospective undergraduate students and their families, as well as for guidance counsellors. View the tour calendar and then register online.
Campus Highlights Self-Guided Tour
This self-guided walking tour will orient you to campus and help you get a feel for UBC life. Stop by iconic spots, beloved student hangouts and some of Vancouver’s best attractions.
UBC’s Welcome Centre’s knowledgeable staff can answer your trip-related questions, provide maps and directions, offer helpful tips and free guided tours, and let you know what events are happening during your visit to UBC.