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Urban Art Walks

Get your art fix without stepping into a museum (not that there’s anything wrong with that). These three urban walks have everything from colorful murals and creative installations to LA’s first World Heritage Site landmark, plus food and drink bonuses. Walk this way …

Week 09.12.2019
Regions Southern CA

UNESCO, You Know!

Los Angeles Urban Architecture Walk

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It’s hard to be #1 when you live in LA. But Hollyhock House—a Frank Lloyd Wright building—has achieved that status, as the first LA landmark designated a World Heritage Site. See it on an urban tour of LA’s architecture and public art scene, including a Frank Lloyd Wright–themed…
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Yosemite Is Autumn Magic

Yosemite Mariposa County Autumn Magic

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Autumn is Yosemite Mariposa’s secret season. Spring has waterfalls, summer has people, and fall … well that’s an autumn-magic slam-dunk. For starters, the hiking trails are still open, and much quieter (See the Top 5 Hikes for Fall). Channel Ansel Adams with primo autumn lighting…
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Brea Beckoning

Outdoor Art and Mural Walk in Brea, California

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The art-centric town of Brea goes beyond museum walls with an “Art in Public Places” program featuring 183+ outdoor sculptures. Amid these treasures, you’ll find the 8-piece sculptural installation by Laguna Beach–based mosaic tile artist Marlo Bartels. This 2-mile (round-trip…
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Murals of La Jolla

Do the Murals of La Jolla Art Walk

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You need a map and sense of adventure for this fun journey through the lovely town of La Jolla. The “Murals of La Jolla” project began in 2010 as part of SoCal’s commitment to public art, and you can explore 15 unique murals—some hidden, others in plain sight. Start by parking…
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