Street Murals: Santa Monica Pier Area/Ocean Avenue

Santa Monica is an arts and culture hub, home to 170+ street art murals all within its 8.3 square miles and eight neighborhoods. The Santa Monica Pier Area/Ocean Ave neighborhood is one of the most visited areas where you can find the iconic Santa Monica Pier, Ocean Front Walk, the Marvin Braude Bike Trail and the Original Muscle Beach and other attractions such as Pacific Park, the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium, Looff Hippodrome and more.

To see the murals that are in the Santa Monica Pier Area/Ocean Ave neighborhood, scroll down or view the Google map of locations.

Mural by Jonas Never
The Whaler, 101 Broadway

Mural by Jonas Never
Red O Cantina, 1541 Ocean Ave

Under the Pier

Mural of underwater sea life

Mural by David Legaspi
Heal the Bay Aquarium, 1600 Ocean Front Walk
The late muralist David Legaspi completed this mural in celebration of Earth Day in 2007. Santa Monica Pier Aquarium staff said how Legaspi made the mural a community effort, encouraging any and everyone to grab “a paintbrush to help populate the underwater world he’d created.”

Bike Path Under the Pier

Mural of Pacific Park

Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier by Marioe
Pacific Park (Near the bumper cars), 380 Santa Monica Pier

A Canvas for Discovery by Spencer Mar Guilburt
Viceroy Santa Monica (South Side), 1819 Ocean

Cha Cha Chicken, 1906 Ocean Ave

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In Flux and Harmony by RFX1, 2021
South Beach Park Playground Electrical Boxes, 3000 Bernard Way

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Santa Monica Pier Area/Ocean Avenue Mural Locations

Now that you’ve see the artwork, check out the exact locations on the map below. Then, visit the murals in person and share your own photos on social media using #SeeSantaMonicaMurals.


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