Arts and Culture
The mission of Wharton Center is to enrich the lives of Michigan residents and strengthen the value of the arts in everyday life by serving as a leading resource for renowned arts entertainment and education programs.
Our mission is to offer undergraduate and graduate programs of recognizable excellence, to promote drama and theatre as civilizing agents within society, and to address the redefinitions of dramatic and theatrical styles, forms, and structures.
The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum is the art museum of Michigan State University - a contemporary museum devoted to the exploration and exhibition of significant art from around the globe.
The MSU College of Music offers many free and low-cost performances throughout the year.
Admission to the Museum is free and there are many great exhibits to explore.
Come visit MSU’s Bug House, where you can observe and interact with live insects and arachnids!
One of the top University Horticulture Gardens in the country, our 14 acres of diverse gardens are a superb retreat and resource for gardeners, plant lovers and children of all ages!
This garden, established in 1873 by Professor William James Beal, is the oldest continuously operated university botanical garden of its kind in the United States.
MSU offers a wide variety of sporting events throughout the course of the year.