Discover a unique art walk in Larchmont with inspiring murals that will take you on a journey through the rich history of this 300-year-old village.
Each mural pays tribute to families that established the village, such as the Palmers, pioneer farmers; the Motts, feminists, abolitionists ahead of their time and founders of the largest flour-milling industry of its time; Peter Munro, Nephew of John Jay and founder of the Manor House, Edward Knight Collins, naval architect and shipping tycoon, and the artists and actors who lived or visited Larchmont.
Participating artists: Btoy, Iljin, Jo Di Bona, Kinmx, Vitor Ash and Loic Ercolessi. Production & Curation: Street Art for Mankind.
We offer a free audio-guide app available on IOS and Android to help you discover the stories behind the murals while doing the Art Walk. You can also use it in front of your computer, by scanning the pictures above.
To hear the artist speak about his creative process or simply read the story behind each mural above.
The app also helps you locate the murals closest to you and make creative selfies to share with us and the artist.
Don’t forget to tag us @streetartmankind!
By Train: Larchmont is on the MTA Metro-North Railroad Grand Central – Stamford
By Car Larchmont is easily connected by the I-95N to Manhattan, New York (20 miles) and to New Haven Connecticut (57 miles).
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