The Angell Hall Observatory is located on the roof of Angell Hall in the heart of UofM's Central Campus. Angell Hall is on State St. between North and South University Avenues.
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Angell Hall is the western part of a four-building complex that houses much of UofM's classroom space. Tisch Hall (south), Haven Hall (southeast) and Mason Hall (northeast) make up the rest of the complex. Most of the entrances into the complex are locked after hours, but one door is kept open to provide access to the building. This door can be accessed through Haven Hall on the East or Diag side of the complex, as seen on this map. Angell Hall is the purple buildling on the map. The late-night entrance is on the opposite side of state street, facing the "diag". Once inside the building, from this entrance, proceed down the main hall towards the elevators and take them to the fifth floor. If you're worried about navigating your way through the Angell Hall buildling, not to fear! Prior to open houses, we post directional arrows telling you where to go. Once at the fifth floor, more signs will direct you to the roof and to other events taking place such as presentations and planetarium shows.
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