Phillies Unveil New Mural Today, September 15 at Noon

What a great way to spend your lunch break! The Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, in conjunction with the Philadelphia Phillies will be unveiling their new mural in Center City. located at 200 South 24 Street(near Walnut, facing the Schuylkill River. The mural will be nearly eight stories high and encapsulate the history of Philies Baseball, from 1883 to present day. The artist, David McShane(pictured right) has created over 70 murals in Philadelphia. And if you’ve spent any time in the city, you’ve certainly seen his work around town. The Philadelphia Mural Arts Program is the largest of its kind in the country, creating 3,500 murals since 1984. It’s an amazing program and one that makes Philadelphia better place. If you’ve got some time to come down for the unveiling, or even on your way home after work, be sure and stop by what’s sure to be an amazing addition to the Mural Arts program.

Visit CBS Philly to Learn More about the Phillies Mural

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