North Somerset Walks


Discover Weston's Street Art!


Street art is enjoying its moment in the spotlight with the Banksy effect still being felt in Weston-super-Mare – and local talent is blossoming.

Discover Weston's Street Art!
How to get there Start at: Scallys pub, Carlton Street. If driving, Carlton Street car park is next door and Weston train station is a short walk away. Route information Distance: just over two miles Difficulty: easy – a mostly flat route but with a short walk uphill to the top of Grove Park. Duration: about an hour

Weston’s own street artist JPS has been creating intricate stencils in the town for the last few years but many more have popped up recently thanks to Dismaland. To celebrate this home-grown talent, a street art trail has been published to help people discover these artworks on their doorstep. This Life walks follows a circular walk around the route. However, it doesn’t include all the pieces in the trail and new artwork is constantly being added, so just keep your eyes peeled as you walk around the town. Scally’s pub in Carlton Street has become a hotspot for street art and is the perfect place to start the JPS art trail, with work by him and young female street artist Fawn. Look out for Terminator, Big Deal, Balloon Girl and more. From Scally’s, head towards the seafront and turn right at the Premier Inn to go straight on into Princess Royal Square. Walk through the square and then turn right into Richmond Street to see the Bear Wall piece. Turn left along the alleyway behind Bare Grills restaurant and the Painted on a Dark Knight piece is at the end.

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Discover Weston's Street Art!
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