Get your cameras ready! You’re about to take a grand tour of some of the most meaningful and insta-worthy murals in Denver and beyond. Discover the significance of the designs that brighten our city’s landscape, and get to know some of the artists behind them.
Access Gallery believes that every person with a disability deserves access to the arts and to be a celebrated member of the creative community. Support these artists by purchasing their designs, stopping by the gallery while you’re in town, or donating to the cause.
Head over to Third & Logan, a coffee and doughnut shop that took Aurora’s baking scene by storm. The shop cultivates pastries and drinks that fuse numerous Asian flavors to perfection. We suggest you try their famous mochi muffins.
After being wined and dined by executive chef Duncan Holmes at Beckon, head next door to Our Mutual Friend for a craft brew on a patio that overlooks the brewery's colorful exterior. Afterward, be sure to walk, skip or zip down Larimer Street to explore more of the neighborhood’s world-renowned street art.
The 40 West ArtLine is a 4-mile walking and biking art route in Lakewood that takes you through a series of public art experiences. It’s 100-percent free, and all you have to do is follow the green line through town. P.S. All of the designs you’ll see today are on the Artline.
Make sure to stop by the Museum of Outdoor Arts’ Englewood location to experience their extensive sculpture collection, which blends into the area's landscape and architecture. The organization is a huge proponent of public art and has supported many of the mural projects you see around town.
Head south toward Parker from Denver Tech Center to continue your mural marathon. It's less than a 20-minute drive.
Head north toward Parker from Castle Rock (about 20 minutes) to end your art journey.