Eau Gallie Art District Murals
Established in 2010, the Eau Gallie Art District (EGAD) is a locally-based economic development organization that works in partnership with the city of Melbourne to build a vibrant commercial core in the historic village of Eau Gallie. We engage residents, businesses, civic groups, and public agencies to find solutions for progress, making the area more desirable, profitable, and livable for all those who seek a creative place to live, work or just hang out. Our goal is to become the cultural and creative epicenter on the Space Coast.
Eau Gallie Art District is an accredited Florida Main Street program, which is a subsidiary of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Created by the National Trust for Historic Preservation over 50 years ago, Main Street is a national movement to help local volunteers revitalize their neighborhood business districts. EGAD has one executive director and a Board of Directors that conduct the work through four committees, along with a passionate army of volunteers.
There are a total of twenty-two (22) murals in the Eau Gallie Art District area. You can find a list of all the area murals on the EGAD website.
Eau Gallie Art District Murals Panoramics
Full virtual tour of the murals in one virtual tour.
Release The Kraken Mural at Intracostal Brewing Company in Eau Gallie. Enjoy the single panoramic image in this tour.
Four 360-degree panoramic images at the Legoman Mural at Joan’s Perfect Pies in Eau Gallie.
Enjoy these five 360-degree panoramic images of the murals on the Salty Fox Bar building.
Eau Gallie Art District has even been in the news regarding a controversial mural that is located on the Cross Fit building on the south side of the Art District. See the mural by artist Matt Gondek below.
Anti-Gravity Mural by Matt Gondek
If you enjoy artwork, street art or murals, you should check out our post on the Lake Mary Murals.
About the Eau Gallie Art District Area
Eau Gallie is a section of the city of Melbourne, Florida, located on the city’s northern side. It was formerly an independent city in Brevard County from 1860 until 1969, when the citizens of Eau Gallie and Melbourne voted to merge. A subsequent vote among the citizens resulted in the new cities being named Melbourne. The name and identity of Eau Gallie persist in a number of local entities.