We are super excited for the Uproar Festival of Public Art. 60 artists, 60 public and free art installations around Chapel Hill, Carrboro, and Hillsborough? What could be better?

A way to get there via trolley, bike, and public transit.

Behold, all 60 art installations. In the coming days, we plan to share detailed bike routes for Downtown Chapel Hill and Carrboro so you can see much of the art via two wheels.

View Uproar Festival via Trolley

This is the official map from the Uproar Festival. It shows you all of the free trolley spots to get on and off to view the art. Trolley stops are marked with black dots.

Viewing Uproar via Bike

We have created a bike map for the Uproar Festival. In the coming days, we will provide a detailed route that you can take to view all of the art in Chapel Hill and Carrboro.

Taking the bus to the Uproar Festival

We found a map online with all nearby bus stops mapped out for the Uproar Festival. You can zoom in below to see all public transit stops.

The art will be visible from July 14-August 12, 2023. You can learn more on the Uproar Festival of Public Art website, or pick up paper maps at the Chapel Hill/Orange County Welcome Center308 W. Franklin St., Chapel Hill, NC 27516 or the Eno Arts Mill/Orange County Arts Commission 437 Dimmocks Mill Rd., Hillsborough, NC 27278.

Happy art-ing!

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