Downtown Livermore Murals Guide
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Downtown Livermore Murals Guide

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Public art installations are scattered throughout Downtown Livermore in the form of painted utility boxes, statues, and larger-than-life murals. Some of these works of art can easily be seen from your car, while others are tucked away from main roads.

Use our guide below to find, view, and snap a photo with these vibrant pops of color painted by local artists. Use #LivermoreMurals on your posts after striking a pose for a chance to be featured on this page.

Mural Map

Mural Gallery

Getting to Livermore

Getting to Downtown Livermore to view murals is extremely accessible by car, bike, foot, and public transportation. Check out our Getting There Guide for driving directions. 


Free Public Parking is available at the following lots or garages:


Livermore is Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) accessible. To reach Livermore, visitors can take BART to the Dublin/Pleasanton station and board the Route 14 bus to the Livermore Transit Center.

Route 14 operates 7-days a week providing connections between Livermore, Pleasanton and Dublin/Pleasanton BART via Jack London and Stoneridge. Route 14 provides service to the Livermore Transit Center, the Livermore Civic Center complex, central Livermore/Olivina, Jack London, San Francisco Premium Outlets, Stoneridge Creek senior living community, Hacienda, and the Dublin/Pleasanton BART station.

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