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SAN ANGELO, Texas – Everyone wants to have the best possible pictures to upload to Instagram, and there are plenty of places for perfect moments in the Visual Arts Capital of Texas.

Here Are the Most Instagrammable Spots in San Angelo!

brush alley

Art in Uncommon Places Paint Brush Alley is filled with fun artwork from over 50 different artists. Located between Twohig Avenue and Concho Avenue, Paint Brush Alley is the perfect place to add a touch of color and artwork to your profile.

  • An entrance to Paint Brush Alley in downtown San Angelo.  Paint Brush Alley is painted on the side of a building along with other artwork including Bob Ross and a graphic of the human body commonly used in biology.

Pop Art Museum

The Art in Uncommon Places Pop Art Museum is located at 125 W Twowig and is another excellent place to snap some pics for your social media! Over 30 artists have also created their masterpieces on the walls of an old building with references to pop culture and even San Angelo history.

  • Inside the Pop Art Museum in downtown San Angelo.  A wall with four pictures is shown inside the roof-free building.  Shadows from the rafters are cast onto the ground while the sky looms through the rafters above.
  • A blue canoe hangs upside down from the open roof of the Pop Art Museum in downtown San Angelo.  A rainbow piece of the Statue of Liberty is on a wall in the background, along with another colorful piece of art wearing glasses.  The sky appears through the rafters of the open roof.

angel wings

Alongside all of these wonderful art sites is a set of angel wings painted on the side of a building in downtown San Angelo. These colorful wings are on a black wall on W. Concho Ave. 16 painted.

Tom Green County Library roof terrace

Looking for more urban flair for your next Instagram photo? Look no further! The rooftop at Tom Green County Stephens Central Library is the perfect spot for a photo of the sunset over downtown San Angelo or just to sit and read a book.

  • The rooftop at the Tom Green County Stephens Central Library in downtown San Angelo.  Several seats and tables sit under the shade of an awning.
  • A view from the back of the Tom Green County Stephens Central Library in downtown San Angelo.  Tables and chairs are set under the awning overlooking the San Angelo skyline.

San Angelo Fine Arts Museum

Snap some photos on the steps, on the patio, or along the Concho River at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts. There are many different pictures you can take in one place!

The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts is located in downtown San Angelo.  The Concho River flows in front of the museum, with green grass and high flags.
This photo is courtesy of the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts.

Bart DeWitt Park and The Bosque

While snapping some photos at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, take a stroll across the footbridge and check out Bart DeWitt Park next to The Bosque! Pose next to one of the mosaic vehicles, down by the water or along the path.

Courtesy: The City of San Angelo

International Waterlily Collection

Step out into nature and check out the International Waterlily Collection here in San Angelo and snap some photos of the beautiful greenery and flowers while you’re there. The International Waterlily Collection is located in Civic League Park. Take a break from your normal routine and refresh your profile with these beautiful lilies!

Fun fact: San Angelo is home to the “Texas Dawn”, the water lily of the state of Texas!

  • A yellow flower sits on the water with green water lilies at the International Waterlily Collection in San Angelo.
  • A view of the lily-filled ponds at the International Waterlily Collection in San Angelo.  Sidewalks and rails run alongside the ponds.

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