St. John's campus
With more than 40 buildings, St. John’s campus is Memorial University’s largest campus.
A variety of off-campus divisions and affiliate organizations will provide lots of things to do and see during your visit to Memorial in St. John’s.
Our virtual tour lets you visit the campus and the city without leaving your chair. The tour uses maps and photography to show you buildings, facilities and interesting locations and describes what you’ll find at each stop.
The campus is well connected by a series of tunnels and skywalks, known as the MUNnel System, which can take you from the Main Dining Hall in the east to the Education Building in the west in under 10 minutes.
While on campus you can check out The Works, the largest recreation facility in Atlantic Canada.
You can discover your favorite Newfoundland author in the province’s largest collection of Newfoundlandia during a visit to the Queen Elizabeth II Library, one of the best university libraries in the country.
Or you can enrich yourself with an unforgettable musical experience at the D.F. Cook Recital Hall.
To arrange a guided tour of the St. John’s campus, phone 709 864 8896, 1-866-354-8896 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you visit our off-campus affiliate organizations, be prepared to pet a seal at the Ocean Sciences Centre or learn the real S.S. Titanic story at the Johnson Geo Centre.
You can even discover the 120 km Grand Concourse walks that link every major park, river, pond and green space in the cities of St. John’s and Mount Pearl and in the town of Paradise.