Before it became a hub for food and local goods, Camp North End was (and is) an artist’s playground filled with vibrant murals.
The sprawling 76-acre property is divided into five districts: Boileryard, Crossroads, Mount, Keswick, and Kahn Court. I’d start my mural tour in the Boileryard district near the water tower. From there, I’d make my way to Crossroads near the signature Camp North End shipping containers. And be sure to check out the murals on Camp Road as you make your way to the Mount district — home to Leah & Louise. Finish your tour in the Keswick district where the outdoor food hall is located.
Here’s our guide to navigating Camp North End’s vibrant murals. (All artist names are in the caption of the photo.)
Pro Tip: Each mural has a QR code on the side that tells you more about the piece and the artist.