Montgomery County, VA Visitor Guide

Virginia Tech, the Home of the Hokies, is a must-stop when you’re in town. Walk through campus and experience a special place where you’re never a stranger.

Lane Stadium Start jumping as Metallica’s Enter Sandman blasts through Lane Stadium and Worsham Field for a home football game. Originally built in 1965, the stadium currently has over 66,000 seats. Virginia Tech has one of the loudest stadiums in college football, registering on the Richter scale during key plays! Cassell Coliseum Originally built in 1961, Cassell Coliseum has over 10,000 seats and is the home to Hokie basketball, wrestling, volleyball, and other sports and events. Hahn Horticulture Garden Stroll through shade gardens on a perfect path through enchanting twinkling lights. The garden features hundreds of species of plants blooming every season. Quick tip: If anyone yells, “Let’s Go,” make sure to respond with, “Hokies,” as loud as you can. Find athletic events at

Visitor & Undergraduate

Admissions Center Before exploring Virginia Tech, stop by the campus visitor center for maps, parking information, and more! The Drillfield The Drillfield is the epicenter of campus and received its name from the Corps of Cadets. Burruss Hall This iconic building is used for commencement, concerts, and more. Find the April 16th Memorial directly across from Burruss Hall. The Pylons Located above War Memorial Chapel, the Pylons are etched with the names of every Virginia Tech student and graduate who has died defending our nation’s freedom, beginning with those lost during WWI. The Pylons represent brotherhood, honor, leadership, sacrifice, service, loyalty, duty, and the school’s motto Ut Prosim (That I May Serve).


Lane Stadium | Virginia Tech

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