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Headed outdoors: Check out these Raleigh murals
Social distancing doesn't mean you can't enjoy some great art! Just hop in the car or on your bike and check out these fun murals!Posted — Updated
By Kathy Hanrahan, Out and About editor
RALEIGH, N.C. — Social distancing doesn't mean you can't enjoy some great art! Just hop in the car or on your bike and check out these fun murals!
"All are Welcome" - 428 S. McDowell St. on the side of Poole'side Pies
"Abstracted Motion" Google Fiber AR mural - 410 South Salisbury Street
This is a great mural to look at and it can be enhanced by using an app available for download on Android devices.
"Smiling is my favorite- Buddy the Elf" - Church on Morgan, 136 E Morgan St.
"We the People" - 210 S. Salisbury Street, between Hargett and Martin Streets
"Sprinkles the Bobcat"- 407 Glenwood Ave. near C Grace
John Prine mural - 120 E. Martin St. near GoRaleigh Station and Fox Liquor Bar
"Morgan Street Jazz Monsters: A Tribute to the Jazz Giants of North Carolina"- Trophy Brewing Company, 827 W. Morgan St
Carolina Hurricanes mural - 301 N. Harrington St.
"Welcome to Raleigh, Y'all" - 514 New Bern Ave.
Bike and tiger mural - 713 N. West St. outside of The Cardinal
Marbles Kids Museum - 201 E Hargett St.
Lincoln Mural - The Lincoln Theatre, 126 E. Cabarrus St.
Ann and Allen Iverson mural - CAM Raleigh, 409 W. Martin St.
And check out the Disney princesses in real life also at CAM
"Love is Love" - Chuck's, 237 S. Wilmington St.
Sardine can - Peace Street Railroad Bridge
Outside of Downtown Raleigh
"Wash Your Hands" - Supreme Auto Body and Paint, 3204 Capital Blvd.
Heart Hands - Midtown East (Wegman's anchored shopping area)
"I Believe in Raleigh" - Sola Coffee, 7705 Lead Mine Rd., Raleigh
Flowers at Lafayette Village - 8450 Honeycutt Road
"What Lifts You" - The Cowfish, 4208 Six Forks Road
Sunflowers - Midtown East near Trader Joe's
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