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Norwalk WPA Murals

One of the largest and most important collections of restored WPA murals in the country - 30 of which are at Norwalk City Hall.  Visit free with self-guided tour brochure.

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Discover the 30 restored WPA murals at Norwalk City Hall with additional murals at other locations. From 1935 to 1941, WPA artists created more than 50 works of art for Norwalk’s public schools, libraries and post offices. While much of the WPA art nationally has been lost or destroyed, the murals and panels created for City Hall– the former Norwalk High School – as well as for other public buildings, comprise one of the largest and most important collections of restored Depression-era art in the country. The murals offer a window into our community’s past as well as a connection to the present.

Guided tours for groups and organizations (minimum 6 people) – Please contact the Norwalk Historical Society to discuss a variety of guided tour options for groups and organizations – 30 minute, 90 minute, ½ day, multiple-site, step-on guides, etc.   Tours are $5 per person for the basic 90 minute Norwalk City Hall tour.

Pricing: Self-guided: Adults $5, Seniors $3, Students $3, Children (under 5 years old) free

Other Amenities: ADA Compliant, Groups Welcome, Guided Group Tours

Dates of Operation: Year round

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Location:

Norwalk City Hall
125 East Ave.
Norwalk, CT 06851

Hours:

Wed - Sat: 12pm - 4pm, other times by appointment

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