Cornell is one of just two colleges in the country whose entire campus is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.   Here you'll find eight buildings constructed in the 19th century that still serve us well, ranging from the majestic King Chapel to Old Sem, the building that comprised the entire campus in 1853.

You'll also find state-of-the-art facilities in our new Russell Residence Hall; award-winning architecture at Youngker Hall, home to Kimmel Theatre; and extraordinary renovations of historic spaces in buildings such as McWethy Hall, once a gymnasium and now a spectacular home for the Art Department.

The links below allow you to tour Cornell's buildings and athletic facilities by category.

Cornell Buildings Tours