Branson Missouri's newest mural is in Historic Downtown Branson, on the side of Cadwell's Downtown Flea Market facing the Hilton Branson Convention Center.
This 500-square-foot glass mosaic is located in the Official Missouri Welcome Center/Rest Area on Interstate 35 between the Iowa border and Eagleville. The colorful mural displays the prairie landscapes, personalities and history of northwest Missouri. Southbound I-35 at mile marker 112.
Experience Chillicothe's history through these 17 larger than life scenes. The themes include the Utica Brick Plant; sports; and historical depictions of Chillicothe as it existed in 1928, the year the city became the Home of Sliced Bread.
Twenty-four outdoor murals commemorating historic events. Tours are given with prior arrangement. Self-guiding maps are available at the Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB), 202 S. Third St.
The 12 outdoor murals depict scenes from local and national history, including visits from Harry S. Truman, Amelia Earhart and Bette Davis. Every mural has a story.The murals are located along the Route 66 Corridor.
The 1,100-foot-long Mississippi River Tales Mural, with interpretive signage, features 24 panels depicting scenes from Cape Girardeau's history and the town's connection with the Mississippi River.
The murals, located at the corner of West Stoddard and Mulberry Street, depict homes built from 1890 to 1910. The homes, located on Walnut Street, are still occupied.
Depicts scenes from Bloomfield's early history. One of the murals is located on the corner of North Prairie and West Seneca streets; the other is located on the corner North Prairie and West Missouri streets.
There are three murals painted on buildings pertaining to Bernie history. The murals are all visible from the intersection of Route 25 and Route U.
Visitors to Historic Downtown West Plains will want to view the mural created by Artist Michael McClure. The mural represents a series of 12 images depicting successive time periods from the pristine state to the arrival of American Indians, the first settlers through the Civil War, and into the 20th century. Country music legend Porter Wagoner and baseball star Preacher Roe are depicted in the mural as well as the 1928 West Plains Explosion and other important events in the history of West Plains.
This 6-foot-by-14 foot mural, Benton's last signed large-scale work, is displayed in the Joplin city hall. The mural depicts Joplin in 1900. Benton grew up in Neosho and worked as a newspaper cartoonist in Joplin.