• Yale Bowl

    The Yale Bowl, which opened in November 1914, is a truly spectacular football stadium: 930 feet long, 750 feet wide, covering 12 1/2 acres. It has a seating capacity of over 70,000, with every seat having an unobstructed view of the field.

  • Old Campus

    Old Campus

    The Old Campus quadrangle on the block west of the New Haven Green features a large courtyard, long walkways, and a grand entrance from the green at Phelps Gate. Among its dormitories, classrooms, chapels, and offices is Yale’s (and New Haven’s) oldest building, Connecticut Hall (1750–52).

  • Harkness Tower

    Harkness Memorial Tower, completed in 1921, was at the time the tallest (216 feet) freestanding masonry tower in the country. This prominent Yale icon contains a 54-bell carillon that is played daily by student and professional carillonneurs.

  • Betts House

    Betts House

    Completed in 1868 and designed by Henry Austin, the 21,000-square-foot mansion is considered it the best example of Second French Empire Revival architecture in the city of New Haven.

  • Yale Cross Campus

    Yale Cross Campus

    Considered the heart of the University, Cross Campus consists of an urban axis flanked by traditional Yale Colleges and the iconic Sterling Memorial Library.



Thank you for your interest in Yale University as a possible location for your production, we invite you to explore our diverse array of interior and exterior filming venues. This site presents some of the University’s most popular locations as well as other important information including filming guidelines and University requirements.