Explore Boston's outdoor art scene on your next socially distanced walk around the city! Boston is filled with incredible art ready to be explored and discovered.
Roxbury is a lab for artistic innovation, a beacon of boundless creativity; the neighborhood is both a canvas for that creativity and an incubator of it. Here you can find a number of incredible murals telling neighborhood stories by local artists like ProBlak.
Underground at Inkblock
Location: South Boston | South End
The Underground at Inkblock is a transformed 8-acre active urban park, cultural attraction, and parking amenity that connects South Boston and the South End. This area allows a place for the Boston community to gather and experience incredible, thought-provoking murals by local artists like Marka 27, ProBlak, HOXXOH, Silvia Lopez Chavez, and more.⠀
Ever wonder about the vibrant statues placed around Seaport? These colorful statues were created by the Spanish Contemporary artist, Okudart. Each tells a story of life, coexistence, and environment. Seaport is also home to many seasonal art activations. Currently on display is an exhibit created by Jon Burgerman, these funny, colorful creatures are here to welcome you back home to Boston! Last photo by @Seaportbos
Rose Kennedy Greenway
Location: Downtown | Chinatown | Waterfront
The Rose Kennedy Greenway is a 17-acre contemporary public park cut through the heart of Boston. From vibrantly lit pieces featuring Chinatown's history to interactive sculptures, this park offers many permanent and rotating exhibits to enjoy during your adventures around #BostonUSA.
The walls of the Northeastern Campus in Boston were transformed into a platform for students and artists to showcase the university's creative energy. Here you can wander around the campus to find breathtaking murals from around the world.
Still Want more? Check out this list of Boston neighborhood murals.