What to expect on your scheduled tour
We typically offer several ways to experience campus during your visit, including walking tours, hybrid walking and tram tours, transfer tours, academic tours, etc. However, in the interest of the health and safety of our campus tour visitors and university community, we are offering limited capacity in-person walking tours and guided virtual tours only at this time.
The in-person walking tours last about 90 minutes and include a decent amount of walking, so be sure to wear comfortable shoes and check the weather before heading to campus. To ensure a small capacity for the in-person tours, the walking portion of the tour will be capped at groups of 10 (including guide) to adhere to 6-foot social distancing guidelines.
UNT requires the use of face coverings by all campus tour visitors and community members inside buildings and in public settings outside, as well as maintaining social distancing measures. Appropriate use of face coverings is critical in minimizing risks to others near you.
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Take I-35 E North into Denton. Once in Denton, you will exit 466B/North Texas Blvd.From Fort Worth
Take I-35 W into Denton. When in Denton, take the I-35 E exit and proceed south. You will take exit 466B/North Texas Blvd.From Oklahoma City
Take I-35 South into Denton. Exit 468 and proceed to North Texas Blvd.
Parking and Welcome Center information
If you need an address for your navigation system, please use 620 Central Avenue, Denton, TX 76203. This will lead you to the Highland Street parking garage. You will receive a parking validation at the end of your tour.
The UNT Welcome Center is located at 1417 Maple St., Denton, TX 76201 on the southwest corner of Maple Street and Avenue A and across from the southwest corner of the Highland Street garage.
Planning your visit
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More about Denton
Denton, named “the best college town in Texas,” combines an active live music and art scene with a family-friendly hometown feel. The city’s thriving music scene has produced critically acclaimed musicians and bands such as Sarah Jaffe, Midlake and Eli Young Band and is home to a number of music festivals, including 35 Denton and the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival.