A smartphone-guided walking tour of

University Circle

Our Smartphone-Guided Tour of University Circle:

What You'll See:

We like exploring cities, taking pictures, and learning cool trivia - not downloading apps. That's why our tour is built as an all-in-one experience to get you exploring the new trivia and untold stories of University Circle faster:

Duration: 1-1.5 hours (approximately 1.5 miles)
  • The densest concentration of cultural institutions in America
  • A modern day stonehenge
  • One of the last stops on the Underground Railroad before reaching Canada
  • A place where you could listen to 60,000 vinyl records if you had the time
Should you have tech issues or crazy questions about that mural you just passed, just call or email us, our support lines are open 24 / 7 ... just don't be surprised if you get one of our owners at home - we're a small business and we wear many hats - web-coder, direction-giver, and most importantly, tour-writer.

How it works:

  • Start straight from your web browser and get reading about the places around you and the untold stories behind them faster. You never know what you might discover.
  • Keep your eyes peeled. At each stop there's a question that reveals our favorite facts - it could reference something around you or something you learned from three stops ago.
  • Then, follow the written directions to help you navigate to your next stop. If at any point you get turned around, click the link and let your favorite Maps app take you there with turn by turn GPS directions.

Start Your Tour Now:

Who We Are

Wandering Tours is dedicated to exploring the neighborhoods that define our cities by providing excellent, engaging, and enjoyable experiences that combine the power of your smartphone with the knowledge of local guides to create smartphone guided walking tours. We're adventurers, computer nerds, photographers, and writers who love our communities and want to find a way to help our friends and neighbors rediscover the meaning of community through the stories that define the places where we live.