As you wander the town of Estes Park, you are likely to discover interesting, thoughtful and fun street art along the way.
Here is just some of the street art you'll find as you explore Estes Park.
Estes Arts District ~ Community Mural
Located on the back wall of Napa Auto Parts just South of The Studio at 351 S St Vrain Ave and East from Avant Garde Aleworks.
This mural was created by community volunteers using a real photograph taken in 1920's. Photo was provided by the Estes Park Museum. Several historical Easter egg images have been added in the mural.
Creating a Mural...
Private Art in Public Places
Some street art is commissioned for a private business but it's out there for everyone to enjoy. Yay for Us!
The Art of Wade
Firefighter & First Responder Tribute
Location: Along the walkway between the Macdonald Book Shop and Inkwell & Brew. You’ll find this eye catching tribute mural to thank the Firefighters and 1st responders who helped defend our town from the East Troublesome Fire in 2020.
This piece was created by local artist Wade Johnston.
Can you put a bar in a liquor store? Why not!
Location: Bart's Liquor
This mural was painted by Micheal Young. Michael has painted a number of murals in several businesses around town. Also, he creates the wonderful floats for the Estes Park annual Catch the Glow Parade for November.
Estes Valley Land Trust - Twelve Commemorative Bronze Benches
Honoring early champions who worked to preserve the Estes Valley's mountain scenery and wildlife habitats for future generations. October 2015
Founded in 1987 by Estes Park residents, the Estes Valley Land Trust is a nationally recognized land conservation organization that has preserved nearly 10,000 acres of land and some of the most iconic landscapes in the Estes Valley.