One of the best ways to experience Fresno is by visiting its incredible cultural attractions, including world class concert halls, museums, landmark buildings and urban art. From classical music to cutting edge architecture, there are culturally rich experiences to be found throughout the city. With so many arts and music events to choose from, let Discover Fresno be your guide to the best cultural attractions in Fresno.

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The 1612 Fulton mural shoes a women as a butterfly kissing a man, the words “Art Inspires Life” border this beautiful art piece.  Located in beautiful Mural District Fresno & for more visit Mural Fresno.

1698 Broadway Corner mural shows a women with blue wings and a bright white moon shining behind her. Located in beautiful Mural District Fresno & for more visit Mural Fresno.

1821 Gallery & Studios is a fine arts gallery and the studio space for artists, Bibi Bielat, Elaine Callahan, Daniel Van Gerpen and Iron+Copper+Bronze. Located in the heart of Fresno’s Cultural Arts District, 1821 Gallery & Studios…

A Sense of Place is a fine art gallery is located in the heart of Tower District, Fresno California.  The gallery represents artists from Central California. The gallery offers fine art centered on the California experience in a friendly and…

The African-American Historical & Cultural Museum (AAHCM) is a San Joaquin Valley based nonprofit organization that was established by Jack Kelley in downtown Fresno. Since it opened in 1985, it has become an anchor for the African-American…

The Amvets building mural is a vibrant patriotic piece that features the statue of liberty, the American bald eagle, United States military, and Native american background. Located in beautiful Downtown Fresno & for more visit Murals Fresno.

Art Hop is hosted every first Thursday of every month, the words “FIRST THURSDAY” on this mural are referring to the art hop schedule. Located in beautiful Mural District Fresno & for more visit Murals Fresno.

The Art is Now mural shows two men sitting on a bench, one is blowing a bubble in the shape of a light bulb. The mural has the words” Art is now, this is neighborhood” bordering above the mural. The second art piece of this mural shows…