Here at The Mural Walk our tours will treat you to Murals'N More. You will have the opportunity to view several beautiful murals as you walk through many Historic African American communities. It is a walk for your body, mind, and spirit. Below you can have a sneak peak of a few of the communities offered in our tours!
Walk through the beautiful campuses of Atlanta University Centers and get some interesting facts about Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Morris Brown College, Spelman College and much more on this tour.
The Atlanta Beltline
Did you know that the Atlanta Beltline covers 33 miles of multi-use, urban trails? This is the largest display of public art in the South and it is ever changing.
The WestEnd is one of the oldest historic neighborhoods outside of Downtown Atlanta, listed on the National Register of Historic Places and sits adjacent to the Atlanta University Center.
Reynolds and Cabbage Town
Reynoldstown is one of the 1st African American neighborhoods developed in Atlanta. The community was established in 1870. The area was developed by former enslaved people who migrated there after the Civil War. Cabbagetown is one of Atlanta's oldest industrial settlements and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The South's 1st textile processing mill was operated here in 1881.