Explore any neighborhood in Baton Rouge, and you’re sure to stumble upon a gallery of murals and street art. Whether commissioned by a business or part of a larger project such as The Walls Project, each mural adds color and character to the Capital City. Grab your camera and a friend and embark on a tour of murals in Baton Rouge!


New Mural Alert: Visit Baton Rouge Postcard Mural

Side of building facing Laurel Street
359 Third Street
Artist: Kayla Newnam

Commissioned in celebration of Visit Baton Rouge’s 50th anniversary, the Visit Baton Rouge postcard mural was painted by artist Kayla Newnam, founder and creator of Out There Murals, a cross-country mural project. The postcard depicts several themes associated with our city and culture – crawfish, Mardi Gras, history and major universities, LSU and Southern.



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Poor Boy Lloyd's Crawfish Mural

Back of building facing Lafayette Street
201 Florida Street
Artist: Marc Fresh


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Superior Grill – Highland Postcard Mural

7333 Highland Road


Millennial Park

3817 Florida Boulevard
Artist: Marc Fresh


Museum of Public Art

1102 Eddie Robinson Sr. Drive
Artist: Tats Cru


Hair Art and Company Heart Mural

4414 Government Street
Artist: Tasha Michelle


Hands Mural at Hotel Indigo

200 Convention Street
Artists: Jacob Zumo & Brandan Odums


Cedar House Roasting Co. Rise Up Baton Rouge Mural

5522 Jones Creek Road
Artist: Todd Kepper



#ONEROUGE: Planting Seeds for Economic Equality at Blend Wine Bar

Back of the building facing the parking lot
304 Laurel Street
Artist: Ellen Ogden


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River Road Waves

Downtown Baton Rouge
Near River Road and Laurel Street
Artist: Marc Fresh


View from the State Capitol Mural

Inside Raising Cane’s River Center
275 South River Road
Artist: Skinny Dope


Jewel J. Newman Community Center Scotlandville Mural

2013 Central Road
Artist: Skinny Dope


More Murals in Baton Rouge:

Elysian Apartments

Living Waters

Honoring Sadie Roberts-Joseph

Welcome to Old South Baton Rouge

Party Time

Perkins Rowe

French Truck Coffee

Elsie's Plate & Pie

Cannatella Grocery

The Electric Depot

Pink Elephant Antiques


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