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Loma Linda University Health tours available by reservation

Loma Linda University Health

Did you know that each year hundreds of guests from around the world tour Loma Linda University Medical Center and the main campus of Loma Linda University Health?

Tours are designed to meet the interest of each person or group. Students, international guests, dignitaries, health care professionals and the public may join guided tours of historical sites on campus; the Centennial Complex including the Medical Simulation Center and the Embryology Museum. Other popular sites include the Heritage Room in the Del E. Webb Memorial Library, the University Church of Seventh-day Adventists and the School of Dentistry.

After completing a tour, a Loma Linda University Health employee wrote: “Thank you for the campus tour. Though I’ve worked at Loma Linda University for several years I’d never visited some of the sites we toured. I left with a new and better understanding of Loma Linda University Health. You are a true Loma Linda historian.”

Groups may also request walking tours, visiting historical sites while listening to stories about the history of Loma Linda University Health.

Reservations may be made by calling Mary Clement, tour coordinator, in the office of public affairs, 909-LLU-TOUR (909 558-8687). Reservations may also be requested by emailing mclement@llu.edu. Please include contact information with your request so that you can be contacted to make and confirm your reservation.