Guide to Finding the Best Street Art in Louisville, Kentucky
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Louisville definitely has a street art scene that needs to be explored. Street art is one of my favorite things to see when visiting a new place and I tend to look a little crazy driving around and hopping out of my car to take a photo real quick. Some of these I looked up before hand but some I just found on the go! Either way, I know I didn’t even scratch the surface when it comes to Louisville murals and can’t wait to go back and explore more street art in the future.
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Hilltop Tavern Mural
1800 Frankfort Avenue | side of Hilltop Tavern building
This was one I just happened to drive by and I’m so glad I did because it’s one of the coolest murals I’ve seen!
1201 Story Avenue | on train track side of building
Lydia-Emily Archibald has traveled the country creating murals with a message – to have hope and fight against multiple sclerosis.
Royals Chicken Mural
736 E Market St | on left hand side of building
While I don’t particularly like what the mural is promoting (chicken), it is a gorgeous piece of art.
Our City, Our Home Mural
415 East Market Street
A very Louisville specific mural – a definite must see!
Thuggy Pugs Mural
1034 Bardstown Rd | on left side of old Holy Grale Church (behind a locked gate)
This might be my most favorite street art ever! There is a locked gate but you can still see it and take photos. I totally made up the name of the mural too.
Spirit of the Highlands Mural
1529 Bardstown Rd | on the side of Ole Town Liquors
A super fun and colorful mural where each letter showcases something unique to the area.
Corner of 2nd + Kentucky Avenue
This one is really cool because several community members painted it together!
So, that is all the murals I had time to seek out in just 24 hours (as well as all the other things I did!) and I think I did a pretty good job. Which was your favorite (it’s the pugs too, amiright?)
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