Buffalo June 29, 2020
The Public Art Loop Is Buffalo’s Best Open-Air Museum Adventure
Aside from the larger-than-life buildings and incredible works of architecture that exist here in Buffalo, you’ll find that our city is also filled with other art as well. As you explore the Queen City and soak in all of its sights, you’ll find that more and more public art will catch your eye and lead you to charming little spaces here. If you’re ready to see where the city’s best murals are and more, then it’s time to go for a ride on this public art loop!
Offering a unique way to spend some time outdoors in the city, Buffalo Bike Tours has put together a Public Art Loop. The best parts about it: it's self-guided and free!
If you head on over to Buffalo Bike Tours' website, you'll find that they have a series of self-guided tours that you can take throughout the city on your own bike or one that you rent from them.
A total of 10 miles long with 45 minutes of moving time, the Public Art Loop self-guided bike tour will send you pedaling along the streets of Buffalo and making your way to some of the city's most noteworthy works of art and murals.
On this particular tour, you'll discover that the main highlights are Buffalo's Freedom Wall, Shark Girl, and the city's largest mural: the Wildflowers of Buffalo.
You'll also have the chance to take detours to places like Lloyd Taco, La Flor, or Grindhaus.
Showing off a mixture of sculptures, architecture, and graffiti, you'll be amazed by every stop you make.
As an ideal socially distant adventure that will get you outside in the fresh air, it's time you discover some of our city's masterpieces on Buffalo Bike Tours' self-guided Public Art Loop!
To view all of Buffalo Bike Tours' self-guided tours, including the Public Art Loop,
and be sure to check out all of their other available guided tours that are offered
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