County Wandering Courthouse Square

County Wandering is a free walking tour series with public artist Graham Coreil-Allen that explored and reimagined the urban and suburban spaces of Arlington County. The alternative walking tours each begin at a different location: Lee Highway / Langston Brown Community Center, Courthouse Square / Courthouse Surface Parking Lot, and the Columbia Pike / Farmers Market. All are invited to participate and share their collective insights into the history, design and uses of everyday public spaces.

County Wandering is presented by Arlington Arts in partnership with Walk Arlington.

Next tour: Courthouse Square
October 28, 2017, 11am-12:30pm

Interested in urban design, public art, and discovering what creates Arlington’s walk-friendly culture? Join us for a free 90-minute community walking tour with artist Graham Coreil-Allen to explore Courthouse’s public spaces.

Tour Highlights:

  • Examine how Arlington’s history, public art collection, and civic buildings have shaped the community.
  • Stroll past neighborhood gems and reimagine Courthouse Square’s future planning efforts.
  • Sweet treats, and MORE!
Click here to register

Courthouse Square Tour meets at Courthouse Pop-up Plaza (Surface Parking Lot)

2100 Clarendon Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia 22201