In Tampa Bay, art is everywhere! This city is a living canvas of beautiful and funky murals all over. From meaningful messages to abstract art, the murals in Tampa Bay always makes you walk away with fulfillment and inspiration!
So, you want an epic picture for the gram in front of some of the coolest murals in Tampa Bay? We got you with this guide! Here’s our list of favorite murals in Tampa Bay!
Lift Up Luck in downtown Tampa was created during the pandemic to truly lift up the community in a creative and colorful way!
Lift Up Luck is uniquely located on the street of the intersection of Franklin St. and Twiggs St. in downtown Tampa. Local artists and many volunteers came together to create this colorful, lively work of art.
📍 The intersection of Franklin St. and Twiggs St.
📷 Tes One
Abstract art is always the ideal backdrop for a fun photo of yourself or with friends! The Stay Curious Mural at the Poe Parking Garage is vibrant and artistic. This mural celebrates the creative culture of Tampa Bay, and we love that!
📍Poe Parking Garage, 800 N Ashley Dr, Tampa, FL 33602
Show off your TPA pride with a photo of the Tampa Postcard Mural on your IG feed! This welcoming mural by Carl Cowden lll displays a little bit of Tampa in each of the letters like the University of Tampa and the trolley in Ybor City.
📍1102 N Florida Ave, Tampa, FL 33602
This mural in Seminole Heights is pretty rad! Rad Cats by Cory Robinson is a fun and playful backdrop for a photo! The cats are adorable and hilarious. The longer you look, the more expressions you’ll see! If you’re a cat person, you’ve got to check this mural out!
📍Cafe Hey, 1540 N Franklin St, Tampa, FL 33602
📷Murals for Mutts Inc
One of the most iconic murals in Dunedin is the Welcome to Dogedin mural by Murals for Mutts. Murals for Mutts is a non-profit organization that raises money for animal welfare by painting pet portraits and murals in communities around the country! The dogs (and sometimes cats) that are painted on the walls belong to locals and tourists alike.
📍371 Main St, Dunedin, FL 34698
Located in Seminole Heights, the Intersection of Diversity mural signifies Pride Month and the Black Lives Matter Movement. This mural in Tampa Bay was inspired by showcasing Tampa’s diverse community!
This is the mural you and your boo need to capture a photo by! The You Are My Sunshine mural in downtown St. Pete is right on the corner of Banyan Cafe so you can grab a nice coffee and snap the perfect photo in front of this cute mural!
📍701 Central Ave, St. Petersburg, FL 33701
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If you take a detour down this alley, just a block away from the bustling Central Ave, you’ll be mesmerized by all the murals! Especially this vintage MR SUN mural with its vibrant blue and yellow colors. This mural brings a burst of life to an alley in downtown St. Pete by Chad Mize and Nikolas Kekllas.
📍648 1st Ave N., St. Petersburg, FL 33701
A great mural by J&S Signs, Love Your Neighborhood in the Grand Central District, is a local favorite. The positive message of this mural resonates with the community so much in St. Pete as its such a supportive community!
The mural is on the side of Squeeze Juice Works, so be sure to stop in for a fresh and organic Matcha Ginger Lemonade or head into Black Crow for a speciality latte!
📍18 22nd St S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712
The Sunshine On My Mind mural is located in the Warehouse District and can be found right off of the Pinellas Trail. Leo Gomez completed this mural during the 2019 SHINE St. Petersburg Mural Festival, bringing a colorful and enjoyable message to the burg!
📍1955 3rd Ave S, Saint Petersburg, FL 33712
To honor Juneteenth 2020, 16 incredible muralists came together to create this St. Pete Black Lives Matter mural. Each of the muralists painted their own letter. You can find the Black Lives Matter mural spread across the street right by Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum.
📍Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum
The Kobe and Gianna Bryant Mural in Tampa is an expression of the sadness of the horrific tragedy that happened earlier this year. Many people have visited the mural to pay their respect to the Bryant family in which we all felt close to. The daddy-daughter love in this mural is beautiful too.
You can find this mural in downtown Tampa on the side of the Tampa Muay Thai Building.
📍1715 N Tampa St, Tampa, FL 33602
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