Houston Mural Map

Places to See Great Art in Houston

If you’re looking for great wall murals in Houston, Texas, you’re in luck. These pieces can be found in downtown Houston, EaDo Houston, Midtown Houston, and The Heights. But where should you go? Here are a few recommendations. Enjoy!

Murals Downtown Houston

The city of Houston is home to numerous street and mural artwork. If you love murals, you will want to check out some of the local ones. One popular mural is an homage to Houston. This hip wall mural is a popular backdrop for a photo session. If you’re looking for something more contemporary, consider the murals on the streets of Chinatown. They’ll make your next vacation to Houston an experience you won’t soon forget.

A comprehensive map of all murals in Houston has been created by UP Art Studio. The map shows current landmarks and past murals in the city. The website also plans to add hundreds more murals to the map. In addition to highlighting murals, the website also features street art promoting social causes, products, and personalities. Whether you’re looking for a unique photo opportunity or simply want to explore the city’s murals and street art, this website is worth a visit.

Murals East End EaDo Houston

If you are in the area, you’ll surely want to take a look at the murals in East End EaDo Houston. These vibrant works of art are created by Texas artists and have inspired many people. Take a virtual tour of the murals on the UP Art Studio website. You’ll see all kinds of great work, from colorful street art to beautiful, vibrant cityscapes. While you’re there, don’t forget to take pictures of the murals.

While you’re in the area, you might want to check out the Graffiti Park, where you can take some selfies among the murals. You can also take a look at the eighth wonder Brewery, which is home to a famous ‘We Love Houston’ sign, and a 36-foot-tall sculpture of The Beatles by David Adickes. In addition, you’ll want to check out the Texas Art Asylum, which is home to many funky reusable art materials and classes.

Murals Midtown Houston

If you love the skyline, then you’ll definitely want to stop by the city’s famous Midtown Houston Murals and Street Art. This mural, known as Houston is Inspired, features neon colors and graffiti-esque print. It was created by the artist Gonzo247 and was commissioned by the Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau. It was painted in the span of a month, with two assistants.

The second largest mural in Houston is a modern rendition of Michelangelo’s “The Creation of Adam”. The mural is located right in front of an empty parking lot, so if you’re driving, you’ll want to park on Fannin Street. You can also find street parking on Tuam. Visiting the mural requires some patience, but the mural is worth the wait. While it may seem daunting at first, the murals are impressive and offer a unique perspective on Houston’s downtown landscape.

If you’re visiting Houston for the first time, you can start your journey by taking a mural scavenger hunt in Midtown. The map includes more than seventy murals and 250 Mini Murals around Houston. The map also includes information about the artists behind each mural. The goal of this activity is to learn as much as you can about the murals and what they mean. The fun and challenge of finding every mural in Midtown Houston is a perfect way to start your tour.

Murals in The Heights Houston

If you are looking for something to do while in The Heights, look no further than the new murals. These colorful, photogenic pieces of public art have been a hit with locals and visitors alike. And if you’re into vegan food, you’ll find plenty of options here, too. If you love murals and want to visit Houston’s newest murals, check out these five spots! Here are a few of our favorites!

To view all the murals in one area, you can go to nearby places like Onion Creek, Pho Binh, Gelazzi, Happy Fatz, and the Art Car Museum. The mural is located near some great eateries in The Heights, including Good Dog Houston and Red Dessert Dive. For something local to do after a mural, you can also head to Discovery Green. The mural is located close to several other restaurants, including Dacapo’s, Red Dessert Dive, and Flo’s on Navigation.

In a recent meeting, community members shared their thoughts on how to preserve the murals and identify their artists. District H Council Member Karla Cisneros pledged to help with the mural effort. Another community member, Bobby Ramos, who runs a mural painting business, suggested creating removable panels for the murals and entering into contracts with building owners to protect the pieces. A few ideas were discussed and adopted. Once the community had a consensus on the murals, it would be possible to move forward with the preservation of Houston’s murals.

Murals Washington Ave

To photograph the murals on Washington Ave in Houston, you must drive. If you want to get a good shot, try to visit them at different times of the day. In the mornings, there is less traffic and the light is better. You can also get a better view of the murals on other parts of the building if the weather is overcast. Parking is available on the side of the street or in front of the mural.

Near the mural, there are several restaurants and cafes you can try. Try Happy Fatz, Onion Creek, Pho Binh, Gelazzi, or the Art Car Museum. Also close to the mural are Dacapo’s, Red Dessert Dive, and Discovery Green. The mural is not the only mural on the avenue, however. You’ll find 6 other murals on this street. While you’re there, don’t forget to walk around the area.

Murals Museum District

If you are planning to visit Houston, you might want to take the time to explore the murals in the neighborhood. You will be pleasantly surprised by the variety of artworks available. For example, you can check out murals by local artists. In addition to the city’s well-known murals, you can find plenty of artworks in the nearby Hermann Park. Visit the Art in the Park page for more information on the murals in the neighborhood.

Aside from murals, Houston has an extensive graffiti museum and a mural festival. Whether you’re looking for a backdrop for your Instagram feed or just a dose of culture, Houston’s murals are the perfect backdrop for the perfect photo. In fact, the city’s three hundred Commerce Street is covered with a large mural created by Brazilian artist Hilton Alves. On another block, 3100 Commerce Street is covered with Hawaiian-inspired waves by Brazilian artist Hilton Alves.

Find your top Houston street art or murals by visiting the newly-launched HoustonMuralMap.com website, which features over 850 of the city’s murals to pin on a simple-to-navigate map.

The city is blessed with an ever-changing array of street art and murals, Houstonians now have a convenient tool to look through colorful new art, learn more about their top artworks, and learn about the artists of talent who paint our city’s visual landscapes.

Visitors can look through H-Town’s murals and mini-murals made by artists, communities, or neighborhoods as well as the partnerships that help to fund the majority of the bigger installations.

Similar to H-Town’s murals the website developed with the help of UP Art Studio and local web developer Alex Barber is a work-in-progress. Alongside the current landmarks, it also features murals from the past that have been covered in paint and plans are in place to grow the listings for each individual.

Plans are being made for hundreds of more murals that will be sourced by the public and uploaded to the site.

Utilizing the Interactive Website

The interactive digital map shows the locations of a variety of pieces of street art that reflect the vibrancy and nature of Houston. There are many that promote social causes, products, and even personalities.

There’s plenty to discover in virtual reality, and nearly all sites can be viewed in the car. If you’re visiting the site directly and leaving the car, ensure to remain away from the other visitors and wear masks.

Visitors can zoom in on the area of interest and then select a place for each of the murals. The site contains all the available information, as well as hyperlinks to the artist’s web presence. The map generated by the crowd will be updated as new artworks and details are added.

Houston Mural Map

Utilize it to locate the best, explore, and appreciate the numerous amazing street art murals and street art installations across Greater Houston. This map contains more than 750 murals that were sourced through our network of community partners, artists, and mural hunters who are volunteers. The map also contains more than 250

Mini Murals


The installation is done by the website host
UP Art Studio . Click on the individual pins on the map to view it, and also find out more about the mural and the artist (if you know). Take the virtual tour!

Please SHARE

Help others find this fantastic resource! Upload your images to social media using the hashtag #HoustonMuralMap.

Make A DIY TOUR

Its Houston Mural Map is built on the Google Maps platform. It is possible to use My Maps to create your personal self-guided tour around specific murals. Cut and paste the locations from the map onto an entirely new map that you make and save the directions to create a self-guided tour. Go to My Maps Help to find out how.

SUBMIT A MURAL OR REPORT Issues

Street art is an ever-evolving landscape. The murals featured in this map are an image of the time in July of 2020. Do you have an amazing mural or artist link to share? Tell us about it using this contact form, and then send us a high-resolution photo(s). Also, you can send us any corrections or updates using the same form.


Houston Young Professionals
Author: Houston Young Professionals

Freddy Goerges CEO and Founder of Houston Young Professionals Chamber of Commerce and Editor / Publisher of Events in Houston a Business Directory and Events Publication Website