Downtown Mural Walking Tour

Take a self guided tour through Downtown Tahlequah and check out all of our unique murals within our historical corridor

Downtown Mural Walking Tour

Tahlequah, Oklahoma 74464, United States

Created By: Tahlequah Main Street Association

Tour Information

Each stop will lead you to one of our many beautiful murals in Downtown Tahlequah. Once you find your next mural, snap a pic of your group in front of it! Upload it to the Pocket Sights app and tag us in social media (@tahlequahmainstreet)


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What You'll See on the Tour

Painted by City of Tahlequah employee, Harlie Busbee, the Working Hands mural represents the dedication our community has to working together to lift Tahlequah towards progress. 
The Spring Street Hideaway is an adorable bungalow located in Downtown Tahlequah. Home of the almost world famous Harry mural, you can find this stop at 111 Spring Street. Local artist Amber Watson brought the mural to life based off of the... Read more
A stunning mural created by local artist and NSU professor, Lance Hunter was completed in 2020. The mural highlights the importance of women and education in society. This mural can be found on the south side of 401 N Muskogee Avenue, on... Read more
The Reaching for Peace mural was created in 2004 by local artist and professor, Lance Hunter. After many uears of community enjoyment, the mural was restored in 2018 by replacing an exterior door, applying protective clear acrylic varnish, ... Read more
The Coffee Time mural was submitted by Lift Coffee Bar for the 2019 TMSA Big Impact grant program. It and two other murals were selected by the community to be the funded project. Local artist and business owner, Amanda Lamberson headed up ... Read more
This staple mural has been in Downtown Tahlequah for as long as most of us can remember. Current owner, Angie Cook, stated that she's pretty sure it's been there since before she was born. As one of our oldest murals in downtown Tahlequah t... Read more
Located on the downtown bookstore with the same namesake, Too Fond of Books mural can be found on the north side of the building at 162 N Muskogee Ave. This stunning mural was created by local artist Amber Watson and based off of Too Fond o... Read more
Located on the back of Kimberly's, you'll find a beautiful array of colorful flowers with uplifting and positive words throughout the scape. The bright pink door or pops of colors make it a great photo op spot! 
The From, Tahlequah mural is located on the back of the original Phoenix Building and commemorated with the old logo featured as the stamp. Submitted for the 2019 Big Impact grant program by building and business owner Kalan Lloyd, she want... Read more
The Tah"LOVE"quah has been on the side of our beloved Meigs Jewelry since 2017. Painted by their very own master jeweler, Justin Scott, the site is frequently used for newly engaged couples to commemorate their new beginning. You can find t... Read more
The Shop Local Mural spans the entirety of Sand Tech Screen Printing. The "Shop Local" VW Bug portion of the mural was completed by local artist Amanda Lamberson as one of the winners for the 2019 Big Impact grant program. Sand Tech owner A... Read more
Featured on the south side of Prime Time Buds at 317 N Water Ave you will find the Prime Time mural. Artist Austin Anderson created the painting in May of 2020. He is a tatto and mural artist from Fort Smith, Arkansas. 

 

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