Nashville Murals & Where to Find Them
For the best photo ops in Nashville, start with these murals.
Few things create the perfect photo backdrop quite like murals. Lucky for you, Nashville seems to be full of street art, and hidden gems and prominent displays can be found all over the city. All you need is some time to explore, an adventurous spirit and a friend (or two) to join you. Plus, you’ll need someone to capture your next profile picture.
We made our way to most of the murals in Nashville and snapped our own pics, but thought we’d get you started with an abbreviated list below.
Rolf & Daughters Wall
(artist: Shantell Martin)
700 Taylor Street at 7th Avenue North
(private commission by Eastside Murals)
5th Avenue North and Monroe Street, located on the side of Alexis+Bolt
I Believe in Nashville Murals
(artist: Adrien Saporiti / DCXV Industries)
Clinton Street, 625 Main Street and 2702 12th Ave. S
Nashville What Lifts You Mural
(artist: Kelsey Montague)
11th Avenue South
Dueling Cowboys Mural
(artist: Mike Shine)
24 Music Square West, located across the street from Historic RCA Studio B
The Mural Odyssey
(artists: Isaac Arvold, John Grider, Eric Inkala and Drew Peterson)
154 5th Avenue North
Green Fleet Bicycle Shop Mural
(artist: Dough Joe / Yusef Hubb)
934 Jefferson St.
Blues Singers Mural
Jefferson Street, located between 26th and 27th Avenues
The Nashville Walls Project
(artists: Ian Ross, Jason Woodside)
11th Avenue South and Laurel Street
12th and Porter Mural
(artist: Kim Kennedy)
114 12th Ave. N
Now that should get you off to a pretty good start. And, in keeping with the spirit of sharing and creativity, we left the images off this post and will update it with the best mural shots you’re able to grab. Just tag us on Instagram using @lifestylecommunities. Happy exploring!