Midtown Sacramento is a very hip, walkable part of Sacramento and offers the easiest way to see a large number of murals quickly. There are so many wonderful places to eat, stop for a coffee or end the walk with a beer. This Sacramento Mural Fair offers a fun way to enjoy the downtown or midtown of Sacramento.
If you start with #8. Alicia Palenyy on the backside of the CLARA Building (the new arts center), you can find free street parking. The mural at 2420 N Street is more easily found from O Street.
It is a short walk to #7. Michelle Blade at Chase Bank. Along 20th Street from N to J you’ll find a number of terrific restaurants, including the Federalist (built from containers), Waterboy, Low Brau and at L and 18th Buckhorn Grill.
In the parking lot between Faces nightclub and Mogavero Architects are 2 murals with some other older murals: #5 by Irubiel Moreno and #6 by Nate Frizzell between 2000 and 2012 K Street. Add Fuel is the artist of the older mural.
One block further on J Street in the alley behind the Native American Health Center at 2020 J Street, you’ll find #4 by Drew Merritt.
You are finished! If you enjoyed this mural scavenger hunt, then you’ll enjoy Second Saturday when all of the galleries in Midtown host a series of events every month.