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Posted on: September 5, 2023

Explore Victoria Texas launches ‘Victoria TX Arts Trail!’ to promote the arts

Crosswalk painted with musical notes

PHOTO #1: The “Victoria TX Arts Trail!” will invite residents to explore arts-related locations in Victoria, including public art installations such as the downtown crosswalk art by Free Art Victoria.

PHOTO #2: The “Victoria TX Arts Trail!” will invite residents to explore arts-related locations in Victoria, including public art installations such as the downtown murals by Free Art Victoria.

PHOTO #3: The “Victoria TX Arts Trail!” will invite residents to explore arts-related locations in Victoria, including performance venues such as the Victoria Fine Arts Center.

Mural on the side of a building featuring gray human figures helping each other climbResidents and visitors will have a chance to earn prizes while experiencing Victoria’s vibrant arts community with the new “Victoria TX Arts Trail!” mobile passport offered by the City of Victoria Convention & Visitors Bureau (Explore Victoria Texas).

“We are excited to invite residents and visitors to explore the fantastic arts-related locations and activities that Victoria has to offer,” said CVB Director Joel Novosad. “We hope that our participating organizations will see increased foot traffic and expose their organizations and businesses to new customers.” 

Starting Sept. 8, residents will be able to sign up for the free mobile passport by visiting www.explorevictoriatexas.com and clicking the link under the “Explore” tab.

Victoria Fine Arts CenterAfter downloading the pass, residents will be able to check in at many different locations offering arts-related experiences, including performance venues, museums, painting studios and public art installations.

Residents who check in will be entered into a monthly drawing for arts-related prizes, such as event tickets, and a quarterly drawing for a larger gift basket. Each check-in counts as one entry.

Stay connected

To learn more about events and attractions in Victoria, including other mobile passes offered by the Convention & Visitors Bureau, visit www.explorevictoriatexas.com

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