ASU Gammage Auditorium

The Wright-designed building is named for Dr. Grady Gammage, the legendary ASU president who led Arizona State College’s victorious campaign in the state legislature for a name change to Arizona State University in 1958. Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium, considered by many to be the crowning jewel of ASU’s Tempe campus, is one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s last designs and was constructed to be as acoustically perfect as possible.

Gammage Auditorium

Grady Gammage

Grady Gammage served as ASU's ninth president from 1933-1959.

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Gammage Auditorium


1200 S. Forest Avenue
Tempe, Arizona

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Free, guided half-hour tours are offered on Monday afternoons from 1-4pm.

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