Austin has some of the greatest local artwork on display for everyone to see! Naturally, whenever someone comes to visit we make it a point to stop by the infamous ‘i love you so much’ mural on South Congress, but truth be told, there are so many great works of art located throughout the city! One day in particular, we set out to see as many of them as possible and I make sure to snap a quick photo anytime I meet a new one! Get ready to be a tourist in your own city and visit these AWESOME murals in ATX!
1300 S Congress Ave
92 Rainey St
3700 Guadalupe St
2000 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
601 Chicon St
7th & Waller
130 E Elizabeth St
1720 S 1st St
582 N Interstate 35 Frontage
1401 S Congress Ave
914 N Lamar Blvd
601 W 6th St
613 W 6th St
and R.I.P. to my favorite mural… it’d be a lot cooler if it were still there
There are so many more murals left to find in ATX! Unique- Instagram worthy murals popping up all over the city. I love when I run into a new one while I’m checking out a spot for the first time! I also love when I run into a new sign!
Looking for other fun things to do in ATX?! Check out some of these blog posts!
If you know of something creative or run into something new you find intriguing, use the hashtag #thegmoneyexperience so I can check it out too!!
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