Find Your Perfect Selfie in Denton, TX


When you travel to a place, you have to prove that you’ve been there. Here are a few must-selfie spots in Denton, including one for only the most adventurous sojourners out there. These locations are perfect spots for photographs, just for fun, to fill your Instagram, or professional shoots. Don’t forget to share your best selfies on Instagram using the hashtag #DiscoverDenton and tag @DiscoverDenton.


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Lil' d Sign

Whether you’re by yourself or with a group, everyone can get in on a quick pic to show your pride that you came. You saw. And you conquered Li’l d.
Lil’ d Sign: 117 W Oak St

Old Alton Bridge (aka Goatman's Bridge)

Only the bravest adventurers trek to the Old Alton Bridge. Rumor has it, the Goatman haunts this old rickety bridge in south Denton. Featured on the Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures, Buzzfeed Unsolved and just local folklore, catch this sight…if you dare. (Ghost tours are available through Becks Ghost Hunters in the fall.)
Old Alton Bridge: Near 2686 Old Alton Rd. (Take Teasley/2181 south to Old Alton Rd. Go south to the Old Alton Trail and go on foot)

Chairy Orchard

In one of the most Denton-esque spots, no trip to Denton is complete without a visit to the Chairy Orchard. This empty lot houses hundreds of chairs of all shapes, sizes, and types, waiting for visitors to perch. Maintained by two neighbors who call themselves the Chairy Fairies, this is a great spot for an afternoon picnic, a photoshoot, or just a fun afternoon with friends and family.
The Chairy Orchard: 1426 Churchill Dr, 940.387.0738

The Purple Door

This outing is part scavenger hunt, part awesome selfie opportunity! In Denton, there is a door. It is purple. Your mission: find it and share with us your best selfie! We won’t give you an address. All we’ll tell you is it’s north of the Square. (Ask some locals, such as at the Discover Denton Visitor Center, if you get stumped!)

TWU Campus

Texas Woman's University campus has many beautiful spots for photos. From their greenhouse and gardens to their Little Chapel-in-the-Woods the university grounds are prime for selfies. Be mindful of classes and private events using these spaces and be sure to check out TWU's parking website to locate free parking as many of the lots require permits.
Texas Woman's University: 304 Administration Dr,

The Axe and Hammer at 23 Design Co.

These steel monumental sculptures stand at 13 feet tall and weigh over half a ton each. "Axe" and "Hammer" are by the artist Loren T Jones and are the perfect photo-op.

Find Your Favorite Mural

These splashes of color are seemingly around every corner in Denton. Where will you find your favorite piece of Denton? Click the link and head to our murals page and get ready to explore Denton’s mural scene!