Dallas Wall Murals
The City of Dallas has many wall murals that are both beautiful and unique. The Uptown Dallas area has several fun wall murals and is home to many great murals. The West Village district has some interesting wall murals, too. Some are on the side of buildings, hidden behind rows of shops, or on the sides of small alleys. The most difficult murals to photograph are those on the side of the parking garage in the Bishop Arts District.
You can also find a Dallas wall mural near a Dallas hotel or restaurant. Some of these are located in the Design District. While some of the walls are fenced off, others are free to roam. You can walk from one mural to another to see different views of Dallas. In addition to the wall murals, you can find murals in the area of local bars and restaurants. You can also park your car right in front of a mural, but you will have a harder time getting a full shot. Regardless of how you choose to photograph your mural, you will probably end up with a good shot.
There are many Dallas wall murals to see in person. The list below can help you find one in your neighborhood. Deep Ellum’s Whaling Wall is a must see! There are also several street murals in the area of Bishop Arts District. There is even a wall mural of a famous sports figure, Dirk Nowitzki. But if you are not interested in a city mural, check out the VisitDallas mural. This Dallas wall mural features many popular locations, including the Reunion Tower and the Traveling Man in Deep Ellum.