It’s no secret Birmingham is home to some beautiful sights—especially when it comes to murals. We compiled all of our
past guides and added new murals to make one big list. Here are 50 (and counting) of our favorite murals in the Magic City. We’ll keep adding, so make sure to check back for updates! Downtown It’s Nice to Have You in Birmingham on the side of John’s City Diner, 112 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd The Jungle mural on the side of Forstall Art Center, 211 20th St. N Wininger Baseball mural, 517 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd N Want to see the New York Yankees play in Birmingham? Visit the Wininger mural on Richard Arrington Blvd. N. Photo by Hannah Chambley for Bham Now Robot mural on Morris Ave OneWheel Jesus mural between Morris Ave and 23rd St. Welcome to Birmingham mural, Max Birmingham Station 1600 Morris Ave The Birmingham Promise mural on the side of the Birmingham Police Headquarters on 1st Ave. and 17th St. N On the side of the Birmingham Police Headquarters, a mural of the Birmingham Promise, photo by Pat Byington Theatre District mural located in a parking lot on 3rd Avenue North next to the Lyric and Alabama Theatre Vulcan Mural next to the Theatre District mural, 1818 3rd Ave N With Every Fall, Comes Spring mural at Good People Brewing Co., 114 14th St. S One City mural on the side of Watt’s Realty at the corner of 16th St. and 3rd Ave S Birmingham Color Wall on the 1300 block of 1st Ave N Mural at the Church of the Reconciler, 112 14th St N Mural at the Church of the Reconciler. Photo by Pat Byington Ted’s Restaurant mural, 328 12th St. S Ted’s Restaurant – Photo by Pat Byington, Bham Now Birmingham Breadworks mural, 2408 7th Ave S Lakeview District’s Breadworks on 7th Avenue South across from the VA parking deck. Photo by Pat Byington Rotary Trail mural on 23rd St. S Alabama Ballet mural on 2726 1st Ave S Rooted in Alabama mural at Pepper Place Look up next time you visit the Pepper Place Market! Photo by Pat Byington Hop City mural at 2924 3rd Ave S. Southside’s newest mural commemorating Hop City’s 5th Anniversary – photo by Pat Byington, Bham Now Colorful Eyes mural on 1st Ave. N and 39th St. Iconic mural on 1st Avenue North and 39th Street near the Birmingham Water Works Stay Cool, Birmingham mural located on the back of Service Tech Inc., 441 University Boulevard (Best viewed from I65 South) Together There Will Always be a Way YWCA mural on 3rd Ave. N between 23rd and 24th St. YWCA mural on 3rd Ave. North between 23rd and 24th. Photo by Pat Byington It’s Nice to Have You in Birmingham mural at Trim Tab at 2721 5th Ave S Trim Tab’s Brewery on Birmingham’s Southside. Photo by Pat Byington, Bham Now North Birmingham Ecoscape Rooster mural on 30th Ave N North Birmingham Ecoscape Rooster on 30th Avenue North. Photo by Pat Byington North Birmingham Community mural on 30th Ave North Birmingham Community mural on 30th Avenue, photo by Pat Byington Avondale It’s Awesome to Have You in Avondale sign next to Avondale Brewery, 201 41st St S Fancy’s on Fifth mural, 430 41st Ave S Oh, You So Fancy mural, 400 41st St. Fancy is fabulous and a Birmingham icon. Photo by Pat Byington Wings of Avondale at Melt, 4105 4th Ave S Earn your wings at the awesome Avondale mural. Photo by Jacob Blankenship What You Do Matters mural at Sozo Trading Co., 4 41st St S Know Your History mural between 4th Ave & 5th Ave. on 41st S “Know Your History” Four Birmingham cultural icons in Avondale Astronaut mural and more at Tropicaleo, 4426 4th Ave S Woodlawn
Woodlawn Neighborhood mural,
6 55th Place near 1st Ave. South Woodlawn’s newest mural at 6 55th Place near 1st Ave. South. Photo by Pat Byington for Bham Now. City Meats and Vegetables in Woodlawn, 5535 1st Ave N Hot Air Balloon and Butterfly mural off 1st Ave S and 56th Dreamy mural in Woodlawn! Photo by Pat Byington East Lake The East Lake Neighborhood sign on East 59 Vintage & Cafe, 7619 1st Ave N East Lake Neighborhood sign on East 59 Vintage & Cafe at 7619 1st Ave. North. Photo by Pat Byington Watercress Darter mural across from East Lake United Methodist Church, 7753 1st Ave S Something’s fishy in East Lake. Photo by Pat Byington Crestwood Crestwood mural on the side of the Crestwood Tavern, 5500 Crestwood Blvd The Crestwood mural is a colorful feature of the neighborhood and is painted on the side of the Crestwood Tavern. Photo by Lauren Bedford for Bham Now Ensley The Ensley Alive mural at the Bethesda Life Center, 321 19th St. Ensley mural at the Bethesda Health Center Southside + Five Pts. South Rainbow Building mural on the corner of 6th Ave S and 32nd St. S on the side of Southside Apt. Co. ‘What’s up Bham?’ mural on the side of University Place Apartments, 951 18th St S 50 Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act mural on the side of Wells Fargo at 316 18th St. S ‘Trees of Ascension’ located on the corner of 7th Ave S and 28th St. S Pilgrim Church Tree Mural The Summit Be the Light mural, 225 Summit Blvd #103 BHM mural next to Trader Joes, 205 Summit Blvd Ste 100 Homewood Farm Bowl + Juice Co. mural, 1920 29th Ave S Nabeels Cafe and Market mural, 1706 Oxmoor Rd Audrey Hepburn “Homewood is Always a Good Idea” mural, 2790 B M Montgomery St We need your help! Let us know which ones we missed on social @BhamNow.