Denver Murals and Art
Downtown Denver is full of murals and art. Being that my daughter and I have a favorite pastime of tracking down Instagram settings and murals, we added Denver to our list. We discovered many in one day and look foward to returning to find more. Below are pictures of our first scavenger hunt.
Greetings from Denver is the ultimate mural found on the side of the Denver Beer Company. The @GreetingsTour is a traveling postcard mural project by mural artist Ving Fung and photographer Lisa Beggs. This is one of their creations.
The Dairy Block in downtown Denver’s LoDo neighborhood is known as Denver’s first pedestrian alley. My sister shared this location as a perfect mural buffet. Gold mine! The murals and decorations make for fun photo settings and TikTok videos. These are a few of our fun shots:
Meander around downtown Denver and you will be pleasantly surprised at the creativity. The “GO” Discovered in the Hills mural is a fun find. It’s located on the side of Bubba Gump Shrimp Company (1437 California St. Denver, C0 80202).
All throughout downtown are wall murals. It’s easy to miss exact locations like I did on this rural mountain mural.
This gorgeous Marilyn Monroe Mural is displayed across the Denver Convention Center.
The Denver Convention Center’s mascot Blue Bear, at 40-feet tall, is worth a visit. Expect to have many other people competing for pictures and the perfect selfie.
A red Denver Pavilions sign looms over the pavilion’s shops. Once you spot it, head to the second floor for a perfect Instagram backdrop.