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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.
A long time coming but got to experience the Irish way! The campus was beautiful and many new structures enlarged the campus. Must do .. Notre Dame game....game day is unbelievable. The rituals date back over 130 years....and so worth following. Make sure to take...More
We were fortunate enough to go to the ND campus for a football game. The school spirit is obvious and you feel caught up in it. Be sure to visit the golden Dome, the grotto and the library with “Touchdown Jesus”. The campus is expanding...More
Beautiful campus!! We stopped as we were just passing thru. The architecture and landscaping is gorgeous. But be aware, when they tell you that to visit you can park in the bookstore lot for one hour, they aren’t messing around! We saw a parking attendant...More
There are so many gems on the ND campus that it would be easy to miss so many of them, but here are a few of my favorite things:
1. The ND Band!
2. Basilica of the Sacred Heart / Including visiting the Priceless Museum...More
The Grotto, Sacred Heart Basilica, the stadium, Legends restaurant to the immediate south of the stadium, the Morris Inn and Sorin's restaurant are all a must go to. The Hammes Bookstore is also worth the visit.
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.