What’s Nearby

Check out these dining and sight-seeing options on the UCLA campus:


Il Tramezzino

This is the closest café to the Fowler Museum, in the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Il Tramezzino, with locations in Beverly Hills, Tarzana, and Studio City, is an Italian café with indoor and outdoor seating. Closed Sundays.

Wolfgang Puck Express

We are thrilled to announce a new benefit of Fowler Membership: a 10% discount at Wolfgang Puck Express located at UCLA’s Ackerman Union, Level 1. Please show your Fowler Membership card to redeem your discount, which can be applied to the purchase of food and non-alcoholic beverages. Make lunch at Wolfgang Puck part of your next visit to the Fowler!

Northern Lights

Enjoy a variety of dining options—sushi, pizza, sandwiches and more—and indoor seating around a circular fireplace or outdoor seating.

Ackerman Union

This center of student activity houses a variety of services including the UCLA Store (buy your Bruin gear!), restaurants (Panda Express, Rubios, Sbarro, a salad bar, and more), and an arcade.


Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden

One of the most distinguished outdoor sculpture collections in the country, the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden spans five+ acres with more than 70 sculptures by artists such as Jean Arp, Deborah Butterfield, Alexander Calder, Barbara Hepworth, Jacques Lipchitz, Henry Moore, Isamu Noguchi, Auguste Rodin, and David Smith.

Mildred Matthias Botanical Gardens

This lush, seven-acre garden houses approximately 5,000 species of plants from all over the world. Located on the UCLA campus, this peaceful sanctuary is in moderate walking distance from the Fowler Museum and open seven days per week.

UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame and Bruin Bear Sculpture

Interactive displays feature notable UCLA coaches, student-athletes, and others who rendered extraordinary service or leadership for the athletic program of UCLA. The famous Bruin Bear sculpture is located in front of this building.

Royce Quad

Climb the Janss Steps to the Royce Quad to see the four original landmark buildings of the campus constructed in 1929: Royce Hall, The Powell Library (pop inside to see the beautiful main reading room), Haines Hall, and Kinsey Hall. See what’s on at UCLA Live.