Gloucester Committee for the Arts
On behalf of the City of Gloucester, the Committee for the Arts (CFTA) is pleased to participate and spread awareness about municipal art. Enjoy a self-guided walk on the site specific, temporary, monumental mural by artist, James Owen Calderwood that was commissioned for the HarborWalk public art program in 2013.. MORE MURALS during Trails & Sails 1st weekend: stop by City Hall for self-guided tours to see this magnificent building and collections within including more art, original cenotaph, and our major WPA-era murals (see CFTA other listings, ‘Talking Walls of Gloucester’)
Pedestrian corridor in the heart of downtown Gloucester, open daily. Parsons Street is part of the Gloucester HarborWalk, an optional longer self-guided tour. http//www.ghwalk.org for a printable walking map.
Parsons Street, Gloucester, MA, 01930
I-95 to Rte-128N to Gloucester. At first traffic circle (Grant Circle Rotary) take first exit right onto Washington St. Turn left onto Prospect St, then turn right onto Pleasant St. Turn right onto Main St. Parsons Street will be on the left. Parsons Street, a pedestrian corridor in the heart of downtown Gloucester, is on the Gloucester HarborWalk, one block from City Hall. BY TRAIN: Gloucester is also accessible on train: take the train and get off at the 2nd Gloucester stop (Gloucester Ctr) & walk downtown, one block past City Hall.
Essex Coastal Scenic Byway
Rail Trail Trailhead