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Milwaukee Public Art Walking Tour

Murals display a narrative of history, of social justice, of movements, and of the community around them. Milwaukee is home to literally hundreds of murals, many located in the walkable neighborhoods of Mitchell's Point, Walker's Point, Clock Tower Acres, and the Historic Third Ward. Learn the stories behind them, and also pick up some tips for nearby haunts to explore while wandering around the streets of Milwaukee. Photo credit: Luke Webb via Pixabay

  • 1.

    Milwaukee Monster Mural

    Milwaukee Monster Mural

    Psychedelic mural by the world-traveling Couto brothers.

  • 2.

    The Historic Walker's Point

    The Historic Walker's Point

    Community collaboration painted on the west side of the Anodyne Coffee Roasting Company building.

  • 3.

    Bienvenidos a Walker's Point

    Bienvenidos a Walker's Point

    Collaborative mural project designed and created through the Walker's Point Creative Collective.

  • 4.

    Mural of Peace

    Mural of Peace

    Symbolic mural to inspire us toward peace and reconciliation.

  • 5.

    Viva la Raza

    Viva la Raza

    Meso-American inspired Aztec Queen.

  • 6.

    Wonders of Latin America

    Wonders of Latin America

    Thirty-four scenes from the Latin world painted beneath the I-94 overpass.

  • 7.

    The Rhythms of Water, Land, and Sky

    The Rhythms of Water, Land, and Sky

    Mural giving respect to the indigenous people who used to live in the Menomonee River Valley.

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