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Self-guided Public Art Tours

Are you interested in learning more about public art in Sacramento? Getting some exercise, while learning about your City? Do you have guests in town?

"Neighborhood" by Jennifer Bartlett


For locations and maps of public artwork in Downtown Sacramento, download a PDF.  There are no guided tours available at this time.

Please note that many State buildings require advance notice for tours (although some artwork can be viewed in their public lobbies). These buildings include 1501 Capital Avenue (California State Health Services Building), 1430 N Street (California State Department of Education Building) and the Joe Serna CAL EPA building at 1001 I Street. Please contact Shelly Willis by if you would like to arrange a self-guided tour of the artwork in a State building.

City Council District 2, (North Sacramento and Del Paso Hts): Google Map & PDF

City Council District 5, (south of Hwy 50, east of Freeport Blvd): Google Map & PDF

City Council District 8, (So.Sac neighborhoods of Meadowview, Valley Hi, and North Laguna): Google Map & PDF

Franklin Boulevard Urban Plein Air Murals: PDF

Image: "Neighborhood" by Jennifer Bartlett. Enamel paint on steel plates, wood, glass, and cement. Located at Sheraton Grand Hotel, 1230 J St. Sacramento, CA 95814