The murals in Mission District in San Francisco are one of the things you shouldn’t miss to explore when you’re visiting the city. These murals are larger than life and many of them are labors of love from the artist to the community. Their subjects are mixed–politics, religion, heroism, teenage angst, life as immigrants and social activism. There are murals that awaken, inspire and prick your conscience. They are on the walls, doors, windows and roofs. A pavement was not even spared. Many of them are on the alleys, some are ubiquitous on the streets and commercial buildings and few are in the parks.
Come with me and I’ll give you a tour of the Murals in Mission District..
OH, THE PLACES YOU'LL GO!
- The Crookedest Street in the World?
- Hopping on the Cable Cars in San Francisco
- Alcatraz Island is Home to the Notorious Criminals
- See the world through Bushwick Collective Murals
- The Kiss That Celebrates The End of World War 2
- The Surfers in La Jolla
- The Movie Star I Met in Chinatown
- Hollywood Bus Tour
- Biking The Golden Gate Bridge
- The Owl from Harry Potter
- The Stinky But Cute Sea Lions at Fisherman’s Wharf
- The Grandeur of the Palace of Fine Arts
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