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41 Murals in Huntsville, AL That Are Out of This World [MAP]

Vibrant murals have been popping up all over Huntsville, Alabama. Each mural illustrates a different element of the city, giving you a great look at what the Rocket City is all about. Here are all the best murals in Huntsville.

While Huntsville has a long history of rocket scientists and engineers, we can’t forget about the amazing creative people who call the Rocket City home. Explore the city’s creative side with this fun, free, self-guided mural tour.

Catalyst Mural Huntsville

Take a Tour of Huntsville’s Murals

New art is popping up all the time, but I do my best to keep this post updated when new murals do pop up. Drop a comment below if you find a new mural that isn’t listed here!

You can visit the murals in whatever order works for you. I’ve tried to structure this post so that murals that are close together are listed together.

Read to the end of the post for a handy map of all the mural locations! Obviously where you’re staying or starting from will determine what order you see the murals in.

Now let’s dive in and get a look at the creative side of Huntsville!

Where to See Murals in Huntsville, Alabama

1. Love You To the Moon and Back Mural

Love You To The Moon and Back Mural

This cute “Love You To the Moon and Back” throw-back design by Anna Swatzell is located at Interiors by Consign on Whitesburg Drive. The mural celebrates the anniversary of the Apollo Launch and features the hills of South Huntsville in the background.

Location: 8506 Whitesburg Dr, Huntsville, AL 35802

2. Flower Mural

Flower Mural in Huntsville, Alabama

This colorful bouquet of flowers mural by Dao Dinh is the perfect backdrop for any photo shoot! This pretty mural is located on the side of Off The Rack Boutique consignment shop facing Memorial Parkway.

Location: 2004 Byrd Spring Rd SW, Huntsville, AL 35802

3. Back Forty Huntsville Mural

Back Forty Beer Company Mural, Huntsville, Alabama

The space-themed mural at Back Forty Beer Company features an astronaut with a pint of Back Forty beer orbiting the Earth. It’s a massive mural to go with the brewery’s massive tap room. The mural was designed by Birmingham-based Mammoth Mural Company.

Location: 3254 Leeman Ferry Rd SW, Huntsville, AL 35801

4. Lettuce Wings Mural

Lettuce Wings Mural

You can fly away on a pair of healthy wings with the Lettuce Wings mural by Brandon Stoll and Travis Lowery at the CHOP CHOP Fres Salads on Bob Wallace Avenue. These fun, fresh wings with a bright rainbow backdrop will brighten up your Instagram feed!

Location: 931 Bob Wallace Ave SW Suite 207, Huntsville, AL 35801 down the alley between CHOP CHOP Fresh Salads and The Brass Tap

5. The Shops at Merchants Walk Murals

The Shops at Merchants Walk Mural with Huntsville Skyline, Big Spring Park, and U.S. Space & Rocket Center

The parking deck at the Shops at Merchants Walk features unique Huntsville-centric murals by artists Robert Daniel and Andy Winn. The mural against the Whole Foods features Big Spring International Park, the skyline of Downtown Huntsville, and the U.S. Space & Rocket Center.

The Shops at Merchants Walk Mural with Ditto Landing, Huntsville Botanical Garden Columns, and Lowe Mill Water Tower

The mural just across from it features the Lowe Mill water tower, the columns from the Huntsville Botanical Garden, and Ditto Landing.

Location: 2400 Commerce Ct SW, Huntsville, AL 35801

6. Baumhower’s Murals

Baumhower's Mural
Baumhower's Mural

Along the backside of Baumhower’s Victory Grille on Memorial Parkway, you’ll find a set of four spaced-theme murals including an astronaut, a couple rockets, and the moon.

Location: 2309 Memorial Pkwy SW, Huntsville, AL 35801

7. Crayon Box Mural

Lowe Mill Crayon Box Mural Huntsville, Alabama

The “Crayon Box” mural by Dustin Timbrook takes up a side wall at Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment. This former textile mill is now a hub of creativity in Huntsville.

Location: 2211 Seminole Dr SW, Huntsville, AL 35805

8. Surrealist Mural

Surrealist Mural Huntsville, Alabama

The “Surrealist” mural by Logan Tanner covers the stairwell of Entrance 11 at Lowe Mill. It features colorful plants morphing into different beings in the desert.

Location: 2211 Seminole Dr SW, Huntsville, AL 35805

9. Prehistoric Mural

Prehistoric Mural Huntsville, Alabama

Also by Logan Tanner, the “Prehistoric” mural covers the stairwell of Entrance 3 at Lowe Mill. This mural features dinosaurs, birds, and reptiles.

Location: 2211 Seminole Dr SW, Huntsville, AL 35805

10. Welcome to Huntsvegas Mural

Welcome to Huntsvegas Mural, Huntsville, Alabama

Head over to Triana Boulevard, near Merrimack Hall, to find this incredible “Welcome to Huntsvegas” mural. This mural features all of Huntsville’s most iconic sights and symbols. It’s so much fun to look through the landmarks and try to identify them all.

Location: 3124 Triana Blvd SW, Huntsville, AL 35805

11. US Mural

US Mural, Huntsville, Alabama

“US” by Jahni Moore pays homage to Huntsville’s hardworking industrial roots. “US” also stands for “Undisputedly Southern”. The paint used for the mural was infused with local red clay.

You’ll find this mural behinds the Stovehouse building, by the flagpole facing Governors Drive.

Location: 3414 Governors Dr SW, Huntsville, AL 35805

12. Closer Than We Think Mural

Closer Than We Think Mural, Huntsville, Alabama

The Closer Than We Think mural by Pete “Float” Lucker shows the silhouette of a child playing with a toy rocket and a space helmet in front of a large, looming Mars. It’s a beautiful depiction of childhood dreams, grand pursuits, and space exploration.

Location: 3310 Governors Dr SW, Huntsville, AL 35805

13. Tranquility Mural

Tranquility Mural, Huntsville, Alabama

The Tranquility mural by Raven Armstead lives up to its name, depicting a serene woman in shades of blue contemplating life in a tranquil pose. The mural is painted on the front of Handcrafted Huntsville (previously Sanctuary HSV), a community makers marketplace.

Location: 3305 Governors Dr SW, Huntsville, AL 35805

14. Rocket Man Mural

Rocket Man Mural

This space-themed Rocket Man mural by Brandon Stoll and Travis Lowery is on the side of Ashley Garage auto repair shop on Governors Drive. It’s done entirely in spray paint for that classic street art look. It’s one of my favorite Huntsville murals!

Location: 3207 Governors Dr SW, Huntsville, AL 35805

15. Space is Our Place Mural

Space is Our Place Mural Huntsville, Alabama

“Space is Our Place” by Jahni the Artist is part of a mural collaboration between Arts Huntsville and Google Fiber. You can find this space-themed mural on the side of Straight to Ale at Campus 805.

Location: 2610 Clinton Ave W, Huntsville, AL 35805

16. Partnership for a Drug-Free Community Mural

Community Services Mural

Along Clinton Avenue, you’ll find this mural by Jahni Moore at the Partnership for a Drug-Free Community (formerly the One Stop Shop for Community Services), a community center that offers free youth drug prevention, education programs, and recovery resources.

Location: 2201 Clinton Ave W, Huntsville, AL 35805

17. In Deed Mural

In Deed Mural, Huntsville, Alabama

“In Deed” features a young girl clutching a piece of paper while standing beneath the wall’s arch. The mural, painted by Jahni Moore, is meant to establish space where there is said to be no space.

Location: at the corner of Pelham Ave and Dr. Joseph E. Lowery Blvd, across from the Bryant Bank

18. Mars Music Hall Mural

Mars Music Hall Mural

The Von Braun Center’s newest venue comes with a fun new mural too. Blast off and get ready to rock with this fun wings and jetpack mural by Don Howard that’s outside the doors to the Mars Music Hall.

Location: inside 700 Monroe St SW, Huntsville, AL 35801 in the hallway outside the doors to Mars Music Hall

19. Catalyst Mural

Catalyst Mural Huntsville, Alabama

“Catalyst” is an interactive mural by Robert Bean located in Downtown Huntsville at the corner of Greene Street and Randolph Avenue. This mural is also part of the collaboration with Google Fiber.

You can step into the mural and take a picture with an umbrella, a bicycle, or balloons. It’s a really fun interactive piece!

Location: 201 Greene St SE, Huntsville, AL 35801

20. Clinton Row Colorwalk

Clinton Row Colorwalk

This alleyway that runs between Clinton Avenue East and Holmes Avenue Northwest is filled with murals by local artists. You can find the entrance to the Clinton Row Colorwalk between Downtown Storage and The Mercantile.

Along the Colorwalk, you’ll find murals from artists like Christina Wegman, Float, Kate LaRocca, and more. The Alley Cats and the female astronauts murals are popular works.

Location: 100 Jefferson St N, Huntsville, AL 35801

21. Gathering Mural

Gathering Mural Huntsville, Alabama

“Gathering” by Robert Bean is located in an alleyway in Downtown Huntsville called Washington Park. It depicts lively Huntsville nightlife from a different era.

Location: next to 115 Clinton Ave E, Huntsville, AL 35801

22. This Girl Can – The 19th Amendment Mural

19th Amendment Mural

Huntsville celebrated the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment with a beautiful 3-story mural called “This Girl Can”. The mural, by Nashville-based artist Kimberly Radford, celebrates women’s suffrage with a young girl reaching high to water a nearby tree growing on Washington Street.

Location: 112 Washington St SE, Huntsville, AL 35801

23. Pink Panther Ramp Mural

Ramp Mural in Huntsville, Alabama

Just on the other side of the 19th Amendment Mural, inside the parking garage, you can find a pink panther mural by Pink Papa located on the ramp to the second level.

Location: 116 Clinton Ave E, Huntsville, AL 35801 up the ramp on the East side of the building. There’s also a pedestrian entrance at the corner of Clinton and Washington with stairs to the second level that will let you walk right up to the mural.

24. Galactic Holmes Art Mural

Galactic Holmes Art Mural

This “Galactic” mural by Jessie Andrews is another addition to Huntsville’s space murals. The mural features the planets of our solar system protruding from a background of shimmering galaxy. You can find the mural in Downtown Huntsville behind the law offices on the corner of Holmes Avenue and Washington Street.

Location: across the street from 120 Holmes Ave NE, Huntsville, AL35801

25. Times Building Mural

Times Building Mural in Huntsville, Alabama

The mural at the Times Building is hidden away down the stairs to what look like empty office spaces beneath the building. The mural’s imposing mountainscape by Chandler Hayes is an unexpected find that most people don’t even know exists under their feet.

Location: 228 Holmes Ave NE, Huntsville, AL 35801 down the stairs to the right

26. Chandelier Mural

Chandelier Mural, Huntsville, Alabama

This “Chandelier” mural is another Jessie Andrews creation. It’s painted in honor of the new 106 Jefferson hotel to complement the hotel’s classy and timeless features, and to tie in with the bold and funky spirit of the neighboring Phat Sammy’s tiki-themed restaurant and bar. You’ll find this mural in the alley behind the buildings.

Location: on the back of 106 Jefferson St S, Huntsville, AL 35801, easily accessed from the alleyway off Clinton Ave

27. Space Graffiti

Clinton Alley Space Graffiti, Huntsville, Alabama

Continue down that back alley off of Clinton Ave toward Spring St. to find this space-themed mural by graffiti artist dazetn.

Location: in the alley between Clinton Ave and Spring St., behind 106 Jefferson St S, Huntsville, AL 35801

28. Koi Mural

Koi Mural Huntsville, Alabama

The “Koi” mural by Dustin Timbrook and a group of community volunteers is located on the side of 200 West Side Square just off of Big Spring Park East. These giant koi fish, like the ones you’ll find in Big Spring Park, pop off the wall and bring some color to Downtown Huntsville.

Location: 132 Spring Street SW, Huntsville, AL 35801

29. Welcome to Huntsville Mural

Welcome to Huntsville Mural

Just on the other side of 200 West Side Square, inside Big Spring Park East, is the bright blue “Welcome to Huntsville” mural by Gracie Lenox Designs, which makes for a perfect postcard-like picture.

Location: around the corner from 132 Spring Street SW, Huntsville, AL 35801 just inside the park

30. Bus Stop Mural

Courthouse West Side Square Mural, Huntsville, Alabama

You can find some interesting things when you look up. At the covered bus stop pavilion on West Side Square in Downtown, you can find this scene painted on the ceiling that’s reminiscent of the Northern Lights.

Location: at the Courthouse West Bus Stop on West Side Square

31. AM Booth’s Lumberyard Mural

AM Booth's Lumberyard Mural

The historic AM Booth’s Lumberyard has been repurposed for dining and private events. But a mural, by Robert Sallee, on a small shed by the train tracks commemorates the property’s past, depicting a train and its date of establishment — 1895.

Location: 120a Cleveland Ave NW, Huntsville, AL 35801

32. Miss Baker Mural

Miss Baker Mural

Miss Baker was the first monkey astronaut — a monkeynaut — and is a Huntsville legend! It’s only fitting she gets her own mural. Chandler Hayes painted this colorful mural of Miss Baker on the side of a Pratt Avenue building.

Location: 500 Pratt Ave NE, Huntsville, AL 35801 around the left side of the building

33. Propst Pharmacy Mural

Propst Pharmacy Mural Huntsville, Alabama

Huntsville’s iconic Propst Pharmacy has a newly painted mural on the side of its building painted by Chandler Hayes. You can find this mural in Five Points on Pratt Avenue.

Location: 717 Pratt Ave NE, Huntsville, AL 35801

34. Five Points Pizza Mural

Mario's Five Points Mural

Another mural by Brandon Stoll and Travis Lowry, this fun mural is painted on the side of what used to be Mario’s Five Points. Now, the restaurant is an Indian place called The Curry, but the pizza mural still remains.

Location: 607 Andrew Jackson Way NE, Huntsville, AL 35801

35. Habitat for Humanity Mural

Habitat for Humanity of the River Valley has a 6-panel mural painted by local artist Bert Corbin. The huge mural (so extensive I couldn’t even get it all in one picture) promotes affordable housing, and depicts people building a community together, with the end panel showing children building up the city of Huntsville.

Location: 400 Pratt Ave NW, Huntsville, AL 35801

36. Liquor Express Mural

Liquor Express Mural

This mural at Liquor Express and Craft Beer was painted by Robert Bean. The mural, visible from the store’s parking lot, features a gorgeous mountain scene with a mountaintop castle, an astronaut with his pups, a rocket heading toward the moon, and a vintage blue truck driving into the sunset.

Location: 1812 University Dr NW, Huntsville, AL 35801

37. Unity is Love Mural

Unity is Love Mural

The east-facing façade of Kamado Ramen at Huntsville’s MidCity District features a beautiful mural promoting unity and love from Asé Selah.

Location: 1022 Mid City Dr, Huntsville, AL 35806

38. Little Richard Mural

Little Richard Mural

The east-facing façade of Wahlburgers at Huntsville’s MidCity District now features a huge mural of Little Richard painted by artist Logan Tanner. Little Richard left stardom to attend the nearby Oakwood College (now Oakwood University) in 1957. After passing away in May 2020, he was buried at Oakwood Memorial Gardens Cemetery.

Location: 1030 Mid City Dr, Huntsville, AL 35806

39. Aviation Challenge Mural

Aviation Challenge Mural

Trainees at Space Camp’s Aviation Challenge get to learn all about aviation and being a pilot, so it’s fitting that one of its buildings features a mural of two fighter jets on a blue sky. If you’re not one of the Space Camp elite, you can catch a glimpse of this mural across Aviation Pond. Just park at the public parking lot near the U.S. Space and Rocket Center hiking and biking trails.

Location: Public parking lot at Aviation Challenge (when heading to the Space and Rocket Center, follow signs for Aviation Challenge)

40. Energy-Saving Tiny Home Mural

Energy Saving Tiny Home Mural

Across the street from the parking lot at Aviation Challenge is the start of the U.S. Space and Rocket Center hiking and biking trails, including the Energy Greenway presented by Nexus Energy Center. At the entrance to this greenway is an energy-saving tiny home that shows you how to live sustainably, featuring a renewable-energy-focused mural on its side.

Location: across from the public parking lot at Aviation Challenge (when heading to the Space and Rocket Center, follow signs for Aviation Challenge)

41. Buenavista Murals

Buenavista Mexican Cantina Murals

Located on the back of Buenavista Mexican Cantina in Hampton Cove, these murals capture the fun and vibrant atmosphere of the restaurant.

Location: 3045 Mountain Cove Blvd SE, Owens Cross Roads, AL 35763

Bonus: Eggbeater Jesus Mosaic

Eggbeater Jesus Mosaic

While not technically a mural, Huntsville’s famous Eggbeater Jesus mosaic fits in really well with a mural tour. The mosaic on the front of the First Baptist Church represents a “cosmic Christ” with robes in a centrifuge of motion. Eggbeater Jesus has been a Huntsville landmark since 1973 and is one of the largest mosaics in the U.S.

Location: 600 Governors Dr SW, Huntsville, AL 35801

Huntsville Murals Map

Want to map out your own mural tour route? I’ve created a map of all the Huntsville mural locations listed in this post.

You can click the star icon at the top of the map to save it to your favorites and open the route in your own Google Maps app.

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Cheers!

Paige

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12 Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing!! There are some, not listed here, on the back of the Baumhowers building as well!!

  2. The pictures are awesome and you presented it very well! I love street arts especially when we get to enjoy it for free and leave whenever we feel like it. Thanks for sharing this one Paige.

  3. I enjoy seeking out street art wherever I travel, and now Hunstville has been added to my list. Absolutely love that Crayon box!

  4. I love seeing artwork throughout the city! Thanks for sharing these creative murals. I may have to take a scenic drive around Huntsville next time I’m in the area!

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