View Jacksonville's Extensive Collection of Public Art
There are several ways to view all the incredible public artwork in the Jacksonville region. There are self-guided walking tours, that take you through different areas of the city, electric bike tours, and fun, guided Tuk Tuk tours.
See below for a list of some of the unique ways to explore.
Go Tuk'n Certified Public Art Tour in Collaboration with ArtRepublic Global will allow customers to understand the inspiration & the artist behind the public art pieces, all from the comfort of an authentic tuk tuk. We have access to information, details and even hidden away locations for special pieces.
Art Bikes Jax Ride Bikes. See Art. Support Artists. Art Bikes, a self-guided public art adventure! Rent a unique electric art bikes, choose your adventure and explore the amazing gallery of public art, architecture, parks and points of interest in and around downtown Jacksonville, using the Art Bikes Jax mobile app. Electric bikes (ebikes) do all the work, allowing you the freedom to explore more without breaking a sweat. Get out there and explore! Click here to reserve your Art Bike! Bikes are available for pick up at Open Road Cycles in Avondale and coming soon to Open Roads San Marco. Book here and 10% will go directly back to the Cultural Council as a donation from Art Bikes Jax.
Art in Public Places Collection & Private Public Art TOUR This free public art tour in the urban core will highlight both private and public art installations from murals and mosaics to historic memorials. Placed within public view, the tour provides an opportunity to view a selection of over thirty works fabricated by artists in a variety of visual art media.
Black Mural Map The Black Mural Map includes murals created by Black artists or murals by other artists that feature Black people. View and explore this part of Jacksonville's rich heritage.
The Mural Map Jax A comprehensive map with all known murals in the greater Jacksonville area. The interactive map contains information about the artists and history of the artwork, when applicable. The Mural Map Jax project is provided by Hidden Jacksonville.
The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville
40 East Adams Street, Suite 140 Jacksonville, FL 32202
The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville is sponsored in part by the City of Jacksonville and by the Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, and the State of Florida.