Obviously, street art can change, and often does, but this walk around east London covers some of the key locations where you should be able to see works by some of the city’s best street artists.
The walk takes 1-2 hours and there are no steps so it’s suitable for everyone. You’ll start your walk at the Liverpool Street Station.
If you’d prefer to head out with an expert to make sure you don’t miss any of the latest artworks, try Shoreditch Street Art Tours.
Exit Liverpool Street station onto Bishopsgate.
Cross at the traffic lights and turn left along Bishopsgate.
Turn right onto Middlesex Street.
There are lots of Eine letters along Middlesex Street on the shop’s shutters.
Do go to the end of the road where you’ll hopefully still find Eine’s HAPPY.
Walk back up Middlesex Street and turn right down Wentworth Street, where Petticoat Lane Market is held.
Cross over Commercial Street and carry on down Wentworth Street to Brick Lane.
Turn left up Brick Lane and left again on Fashion Street. There’s usually some street art to be seen at the other end of this street.
At the end of Fashion Street, turn right on Commercial Street, past the Ten Bells pub on your right and Old Spitalfields Market on your left.
Turn right at Hanbury Street at the Golden Heart Pub. There are some good street art spots along Hanbury Street so take your time looking around here.