A CITY OF ART
A visit to Downtown Burbank isn’t complete without visiting all our murals and public art. The streets of Downtown are an outdoor art gallery, with each mural bringing life to each wall, oftentimes transforming a seemingly uninspiring canvas into a beautiful piece of artwork. A few of the many artists commissioned to brighten Burbank’s walls include Alex Gonzalez and Blank Canvas LA.
The artwork is scattered throughout Downtown and makes for an engaging stroll through the city. Grab a coffee at Starbucks at 300 N San Fernando Boulevard, and you’ll find murals both inside and outside of their building. Just a short walk away check out the “Made In Burbank” framed image. Then hop across the street to find a SpongeBob SquarePants mural around the corner from Ben & Jerry’s. No matter the art you stumble across, murals are the perfect backdrop to your photos and the best way to experience creativity in the city!
With each new mural installation, Downtown Burbank continues its commitment to enlivening public spaces through art that encourages interaction. Next time you come across a mural, capture the moment and share it on social media with the tag #DTNBUR!
For more murals outside of Downtown, download the City of Burbank’s mural map for more creative inspiration.
Click on any of the murals below for more details and location info!
Burbank Town Center Mural
After a shopping trip at Burbank Town Center, check out the colorful installation at 201 E Magnolia Boulevard.
I Love Burbank
Tucked in a recently revamped paseo in Downtown Burbank, check out this picture-perfect artwork mural. 📷: @jamietakesla
Snap a pic in front of the beautiful Love Wall outside of Shake Shack at 200 N San Fernando Blvd.
Strike a pose at this arty amalgamation of grammatical symbols on the AMC Walkway in Downtown Burbank. 📷: @tori.m.w
Starbucks “Burbank” Mural
Spot this giant mural on the corner of Palm Avenue and San Fernando Boulevard on the wall of Starbucks. 📷: @theLAgirl
Made In Burbank
While walking your pup, capture a photo of this mural in the paseo next to Kopan Ramen at 220 N San Fernando Boulevard. 📷: @charlie_dog_in_la
Snap a selfie at this colorfully painted wall in front of the soon-to-be Finney’s Crafthouse at 164 Palm Avenue.
This SpongeBob mural is located outside of Ben & Jerry’s in Downtown Burbank at 164 E Palm Ave.
“Inspire” at Hilton Garden Inn
Check into the the Hilton Garden Inn at 401 S San Fernando Boulevard in Downtown Burbank and view this inspirational piece.
MUD Paseo Mural
View spectacular colors in this mural seen in the MUD Paseo at 129 S San Fernando Boulevard in Downtown Burbank.
Next time you go to the movies at the AMC Burbank 16, check out this oversized wall photo that doubles as a homage to Burbank’s legendary contributions to filmmaking and entertainment.