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Balmy Alley

(866) Museum in San Francisco, California
Balmy Alley is a one-block-long alley that is home to the most concentrated collection of murals in the city of San Francisco. It is located in the south central portion of the Inner Mission District between 24th Street and Garfield Square. Since 1973, most buildings on the street have been decorated with a mural.
Address: 50 Balmy St, San Francisco, CA 94110
Hours: Open 24 hours
Phone: (415) 285-2287
The street is located in the Mission District in San Francisco, California. The block long alley is the best place to see the most concentrated collection of ... Intro · Where · Murals · Day of the Dead
Balmy Alley (formally Balmy Street) is a one-block-long alley that is home to the most concentrated collection of murals in the city of San Francisco. History · Influence
Balmy Alley (formally Balmy Street) is a one-block alley between 24th and 25th Streets, just a few blocks from the prominent mural, Las Lechugueras. It had been ...
The Mission District is filled with street art and there are two primary alleys (dirty alleys) that are popular to drive down. The Clarion Alley and Balmey ...
In the heart of the Mission District lies the most concentrated collection of murals in San Francisco. Renowned for their political import and reverential ...
The Balmy Alley murals have a wide range of subject matter, from a memorial for El Salvador activist Archbishop Óscar Romero to a homage to great female ...
Balmy Alley, San Francisco's Walk of Art. Stroll Down A Piece Of History. Written By: Nicole Fera. Photographed By: Norman Tate.
Jul 5, 2018 · The second wave of murals to hit Balmy Alley happened in the mid-1980s, as part of a coordinated art project to celebrate indigenous Central- ...
Women of the Resistance by Lucia Ippolito Balmy Alley, Untitled by Unknown Artist Balmy st. La Virgencita by Patricia Rose Balmy Alley, Mission Makeover