This is a great time of year to walk through the Stanford Campus and enjoy the artwork, architecture and scenery.
There is so much artwork, you’ll have to look at a map. There is one available at the Cantor Art Gallery, this is also a great place to start your treasure hunt (aka art walk).
- The Angel of Grief sculpture
- The cactus garden on the walk back to the Cantor
- Nearby you’ll find the Stanford Mausoleum (make sure to view both front and back sphinxes)
- The Stone River next to the Cantor Arts is a wonderful 3-D treat to walk in and around
- The Memorial Church is beautiful and a great place for a quiet meditation (Compline on Sunday evening is worth going to enjoy). there are many concerts here, and services too.
- You must not miss the Papua New Guinea sculptures – near Roble and Lomita Dr. this is a bit of a walk through the campus. If it is dusk or night, make sure to bring flashlights to see the amazing statues.
Take a look at this MAP it will help you find all the beautiful sculptures, architecture and points of interest. While you are in the Student Center area, relax and have a organic frozen yogurt. Fraiche yogurt is wonderful and not so sweet as others.