Station North Mural tour goes throughout the station north arts & entertainment district. Our crown jewel of tours because it takes Tourgoers through graffiti alley.
Highlandtown Arts District is home to Patterson Park and the Creative Alliance. Predominantly Hispanic and White neighborhood, it is home to many small businesses of a wide variety, as well as lots of murals.
The newly designated 'Bromo Arts District' has a rich history in the arts. While it is a shorter tour than our others, it has illuminated some amazing up-and-coming areas with minority-owned businesses.
Bolton Hill used to be a beautiful forest that folks would ride by on the way to town. Today it is a large residential area that has its own garden club and whose neighbors really take pride in their horticulture.
Hampden is a bustling strip of time-tested businesses, offering a variety of restaurants, boutiques, and services. We will walk the strip but also see a lot of hidden industrial murals.
Charles Village is known as a college neighborhood with lots of eateries. Underneath all the collegiate history is the development of murals in an area that has always welcomed them.
This tour goes right by the historic Arabber farm in West Baltimore. This is one of our grittier inner-city tours with an honest look at neighborhoods that most city residents have not seen up close. Many of our most diverse styles of murals are hidden in these areas, waiting to be discovered and valued by those who see them every day.
Ova East Mural Tour has some really lovely movements and community narratives that knit together how certain murals went up. These artists which illustrated these community relationships continue to play a huge role in the city to this day, developing both parks and murals throughout a variety of spaces, both on major throughways and residential areas alike.