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 Join everyone for the Community Art Walk and see over 30 original pieces of art in and around Batesville. This is a free event open to everyone in the community.

There are two ways to participate – Guided Tours and Self-Led Tours:


  1. Register for a tour time here.
  2. Show up to Veteran’s Park (401 South Street, Batesville) about 10 minutes before your tour time.  Look for the Art Walk yard sign.
  3. Enjoy the tour.
  4.  Tours end in downtown Batesville, about a 4-block distance from the starting point.

Other information:

  • A bus tour begins at 11:00 AM, 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM each day.  This tour is specifically for community members that would have difficulty walking the route.  Please only sign up for these tour times if you or someone in your group requires a ride.  The bus tour will last about 75-minutes.
  • Tours beginning at 11:30 AM, noon, 1:00 PM, 1:30 PM, and 2:00 PM last about 90-minutes and include 3-3.5 miles of walking.
  • Guided tours leave from Veteran’s Park located at the corner of South St. and Depot St.  It is located near Romweber Marketplace and Big Four Café.
  • The tour includes art displayed indoors at Big Four Cafe, St. Louis School, Batesville Middle School, Batesville Intermediate School, and Batesville Memorial Public Library.  The rest of the art is outdoors.
  • In case of inclement weather, please check your e-mail the morning of the event for information about the status of the tour.
  • Please follow all federal, local, and school ordinances for mask requirements.


1. Pick up a brochure with map at AppleFest (at Liberty Park) or use the interactive map above.

2.  Enjoy the tour on your own.  You can follow the route by going to each of the numbered stops on the map.  At each location, a yard sign will give more details about each piece of art.

Other information:

  • Batesville Memorial Public Library will be closed on Sunday.  However, there are two sculptures outside the library included on the tour.
  • Please follow all federal, local, and school ordinances for mask requirements.

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