Public Venue

Hertz Hall

Built 1958. Named for the 1915-30 conductor of the San Francisco Symphony, Alfred Hertz, who left his estate to Berkeley for music. Hertz Hall's 678-seat concert hall hosts free noontime concerts during the academic year. The building also houses the music department's collection of historic organs.

Building Details

Floors: 4

Accessible entrances: Exterior door on the west side ground level has an automatic opener activated by two push plates.

Restrooms: There...

Edwards Stadium

Building Details

Floors: 1

Year built: 1932

Accessible entrances: The accessible entrance is located on the south side of the field.

Restrooms: There are no permanent accessible restrooms. Accessible porta-potties are frequently brought in for events.

Accessibility features: Three accessible pay phones.

California Memorial Stadium

Built 1923. Designed by John Galen Howard (although he had advised against the location, directly over the Hayward Fault and in the midst of a bird and wildlife sanctuary), the stadium opened in time for Cal to defeat Stanford there in the 1923 Big Game. It is a tribute to students killed in World War I. The stadium, sited at the mouth of Strawberry Canyon and modeled after the Coliseum in Rome, has one of the most breathtaking views in American sports.

Building Details

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