Pacoima Mural Walking Tour – Celebrate LA Mural Day!

Did you know that Los Angeles is known as the Mural Capital of America? Did you know that murals were banned for a decade until last year? Come take a stroll down Mural Mile in Pacoima on Sunday, October 12th to celebrate LA Mural Day with Los Angeles Walks and the Public Art Initiative. The walk will feature 10 murals and a special guest speaker.

This family friendly walk is free, but donations are welcome. RSVP for the walk through Eventbrite.

This round trip walk is just under 2 miles and starts and ends at the Pacoima Neighborhood City Hall at 13520 Van Nuys Blvd. This walk is stroller/roller friendly.

Directions: Check Metro.net for transit directions. The Metro 233 Bus (Towards Pacoima/Lake View Terrace) stops at Kewen Ave/Van Nuys Blvd right by our meet spot.

Street parking is available if coming by car.

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