You have questions. We have answers (we hope).

What's the cost?

It's $14 for adults and $10 for children ages 6 to 13. Children 5 and under are free.

How hard are the mural walks?

If you've spent hours at the mall shopping, you can do our mural walks! Each walk lasts about 1-1/2 hours. Your host will set a leisurely pace, and of course there will be frequent stops to behold murals. The walk distances vary, with an average of three miles give or take. Wearing comfortable shoes with good support and bringing water to drink are highly recommended.

What size are the groups that go on your walks?

They range from 6 to 20.

May I bring my dog?

Yes, provided Fido is well-behaved, kept leashed, and you clean up after him

Do you do private or group tours?

Yes. Use the contact page to give us your group's size and if you wish your private mural walk to occur on a day and at a time not on our published schedule.


Are walks wheelchair friendly?

Yes. We'll be on sidewalks for most of each walk, except when of course crossing a street on a crosswalk.

What if I need to cancel?

Our policy is for you to reschedule to a day when you can attend that or another mural walk. If you're an out-of-town visitor and unable to reschedule, we'll refund your money.

What if it rains?

If the forecast calls for light or intermittent rain, the mural walk will not be canceled and you would want to bring a rain jacket or an umbrella. In the event of more severe weather, you would be notified by email of the walk's cancellation.

Where do I park?

On the homepage menu under Menu Walks, you'll find parking suggestions with links for each mural walk. You can also search "public parking" for a starting point address.

Are there bathrooms along the way?

Typically, yes, depending on the route of a particular walk. While the walk will not stop for a bathroom break – completing the walk on time is to everyone's benefit – the leisurely pace of the walk and frequent stops make catching up with the group relatively easy. If you need a bathroom break and are unfamiliar with the area your group is in, ask your host. It's a good idea to use the bathroom beforehand.