A beautiful spiritual experience : A beautiful architecture complex was well worth the visit. A relaxing and spiritual ambiance is filled with gorgeous paintings on the interior walls with intricate details. I don't know which one was better, the interiors or the exterior. The murals from history are well maintained. Breathtakingly beautiful, a must visit!
Stanford Memorial Church is located on the Main Quad at the center of the Stanford University ca...
An impressive sculpture! : Rodin's statues is a group of 6 sculptures located outside the town hall. The garden in front is also well laid out. This is one of the prominent landmarks in the area which was created as a great testament to those brave men. If you are in this free to access area, stop by to click some pictures.
Les Bourgeois de Calais is one of the most famous sculptures by Auguste Rodin. It commemorates an...
An architecturally innovative part of the campus: The Main Quadrangle is the oldest part of campus. This architecturally innovative set of connected buildings is an interest site to take a stroll by. If you are in the premises don't miss Wallenberg Hall and the University library of the Stanford University.
The Main Quadrangle, or more commonly Main Quad or simply Quad, is the heart and oldest part of S...
Eat, shop and enjoy a relaxing stroll! : We loved our stroll through the palm drive. The street was packed with little boutiques and eateries that will lure you in. From Hall of Fame to statues to shops, palm drive in California was indeed a fun way to spend our afternoon. There was some good photo opportunity too.
Enjoy the 360 degrees view of Stanford University: One of the prominent landmarks located within the premises of Stanford University. This can't be missed because it is really tall. It is not just any bell tower, it is also an observation deck that has interesting displays of Hoover memorabilia exhibits. There's a short elevator that took us up to the observation deck.
Hoover Tower is a 285 feet structure on the campus of Stanford University in Stanford, Californi...
Sculptures, sculptures and more! : A great place to spend an afternoon exploring and learning more about art. It is an amazing place to be for an art lover like me. The Gates of Hell is one of the interesting parts of the collection. There are over 100 fantastic garden sculptures to walk by and admire. The Thinker Statue was one of our favorites here.
Incredible sculpture designs on wood! : A beautiful public campus garden that features sculptures that has an incredible design. It was truly a hidden gem. The art and the sculptures on the wood are intricate and great to see. A few decades ago, 10 master carvers from Papua New Guinea visited Stanford University to create this beautiful art.
In 1994, Jim Mason, a graduate student in the Department of Anthropology at Stanford University, ...
Indeed a world class art museum experience! : Its a gorgeous, classic and contemporary art museum, which was a great place for the whole family to visit. They have a good display of art and sculptures. We spent a few hours browsing through the premises and adoring the different exhibits. Visit for the love of art!
The Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University, formerly the Stanford ...
A decent mall with decent parking spots: Just another indoor mall with brands like Macy’s, Nordstrom, JC Penny, and Sears. There are some good restaurants nearby too if you want to grab a bite. It is a nice mall if you want to shop and grab some food. Nothing outstanding or not an iconic landmark.