Austin, TX

A mini colorful guide to Murals in Austin, Texas

Natasha Nguyen

Do you like murals and street art? Austin, Texas is peppered in gorgeous murals and street art everywhere. This has changed the game of how we travel and visit locations. Not only do we seek historical landmarks and museums, but we also search for instagrammable places to snap a photo at. I love that Austin embraces artwork in many forms and has been expanding on it over the years.

To make the discovery easier for you, I’ve curated a mini guide with photos of each mural I've visited and you’ll find the address below. I hope you enjoy this mini guide as much as I put it together for you!

Please do share this to your colorful and artsy friends!

Greetings From Texas

by Todd Sanders & Rory Skagen

Address: 1720 S 1st St, Austin, TX 78704

This is a iconic mural. Don't miss out on this!

Historic Sixth Street

Address: 6th & I-35

This is a gorgeous long mural. We only were able to take part of it.

'Til Death Do Us Part

by Federico Archuleta

Address: E. 7th & Waller

Nothing can separate our love!

Austin, Texas

Address: 3700 Guadalupe

This is a gorgeous colorful mural.

Girl With Camera

Address: 401 E 53rd St #201, Austin, TX

I can't say no to pink and bright colors!

Love From Austin

Address: Magnolia Cafe, 1920 S Congress Ave

The perfect place to eat some delicious breakfast and take a silly photo.

Guide Me Home

Address: Located near Terry's Black BBQ 1003 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704

Do you love BBQ? Stop on by and also take photos with murals that are located around here. This mural maybe updated to another artist.

Please note that these photos are taken by Richie Anothaisintavee and locals from Texas.

I hope you enjoyed this mini guide!

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