5 murals to visit in Midtown Houston
Headed out to Midtown? Check out these 5 murals to visit in Midtown Houston. Click on the map below to see driving directions to each mural! Comment below your favorite!
Location: 1020 Cleburne St.
Artist: Emily Ding
Tips: The mural is located on a non-busy street, go during off peak times so no one is parked in front of the building and you can get a shot of the full mural.
Locations: Behind Little Woodrows/2306 Brazos St.
Tips: The mural was commissioned by Cirque du Soleil to promote their show “Alegria” back in April. There is street parking available off Bagby and Brazos. This was our second time stopping by as the first time there was a random car parked in front, otherwise, the lot in front is always empty.
Location: The Dogwood/2403 Bagby St.
Tips: The mural is located at the bar called The Dogwood and there is street parking available off Bagby and Brazos. Love the simplicity of this one perfect for an outfit shot!
Location: Corner of Fannin & Tuam
Tips: Everything is bigger in Texas right? Well this is Houston’s second largest mural! It’s a modern twist on Michelangelo’s most famous work “The Creation of Adam”. There is a big empty lot in front of it so you never have to worry about anything blocking the view. We took this picture from the corner of Fannin & Tuam and were able to get the full mural. There is street parking available on Tuam.