Part of The Walls Off Washington, Kranzbergville, a mural by Kenny Scharf, features four brightly colored buildings that resemble animated faces.


Explore Art in St. Louis

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Art Appreciation

Explore the museums in Forest Park, experience the theaters in Grand Center, peruse the public art in Clayton – and make your trip to St. Louis a masterpiece.

The Pulitzer Arts Foundation houses gripping modern art in a building designed by Tadao Ando as a way to create a dialogue with the works inside.

The Magic of Murals

Creative. Diverse. Intriguing. Unrestricted. Street art is a source of civic pride in St. Louis. If you want to see more than 20 murals – all within a walkable space – check out The Walls Off Washington.

Murals line a section of the Grand Center Arts District in St. Louis.

Experience Blues Music, Then and Now

Since its inception in the Deep South, the blues has been the bedrock for virtually all popular music in the U.S., and the National Blues Museum is one of the best places in the world to learn about the uniquely American art form.

Visitors write their own blues song at the National Blues Museum in St. Louis.