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Payne Whitney Gymnasium
Payne Whitney Gymnasium is one of the most complete units of indoor facilities in the world. The building was given to the University by the Whitney family in memory of their son Payne Whitney, class of 1898. The nine and one half story structure contains training centers for crew, gymnastics, swimming, general exercise, recreational and varsity strength and conditioning and a state of the art fencing salon.
Robert J.H. Kiphuth Pool
Built in 1932 and located in the west wing of Payne Whitney Gymnasium, the Robert Kiphuth Memorial Exhibition Pool is the home of Yale swimming. Named for Yale's famous swimming coach and former athletic director who was involved with the Gym for over 35 years, the 25-yard, six-lane pool was designed for intercollegiate competition. The pool sits at the bottom of a 50-foot high funnel of 2,187 seats which rise at an angle of 45 degrees and offer every spectator a perfect view of the action below.
Yale University Practice Pool
The 3rd floor 50 meter practice pool, located in Payne Whitney Gymnasium, is one of the largest suspended pools.
The mission of the Peabody Museum is to serve Yale University by advancing our understanding of earth’s history through geological, biological, and anthropological research, and by communicating the results of this research to the widest possible audience through publication, exhibition, and educational programs.
Yale University Art Gallery
The mission of the Yale University Art Gallery is to encourage appreciation and understanding of art and its role in society through direct engagement with original works of art. The Gallery stimulates active learning about art and the creative process through research, teaching, and dialogue among communities of Yale students, faculty, artists, scholars, alumni, and the wider public. The Gallery organizes exhibitions and educational programs to offer enjoyment and encourage inquiry, while building and maintaining its collections in trust for future generations.