Minnesota's most iconic murals can be found in big cities and small towns all across the state. Some are decades old, while others are new additions. Use the map below and plan a road trip to see them all.
St. Paul: A selfie with the "Greetings from Minnesota" mural is a must for every State Fair-goer—all 2 million of them. Susan Warner's glass art mosaic debuted in 2008 to commemorate the state's sesquicentennial. / Janelle Blakley
Minneapolis: One of the city's newest murals is a tribute to one of the state's most famous sons, Bob Dylan. Created in 2015 by Eduardo Kobra, it depicts three stages of the singer's life. / Alesya Zubik
Bemidji: You can't miss the North Country Skateshop in Paul Bunyan & Babe's hometown thanks to this colorful, graffiti-inspired mural that adorns the side of the building.
Henderson: With homages to Prince all around the Twin Cities, this mural and bench in downtown Henderson are worth a special trip. A few scenes from "Purple Rain" were filmed here.
Bloomington: The ultimate #OnlyinMN photo op is at Mall of America for a limited time. Renowned local artist Chuck U originally designed this larger-than-life postcard to welcome visitors during Super Bowl LII.
Perham: Installed in 2014 and measuring 70 feet long, artist Cindee Lundin's concrete mural, "Waves of Discovery," weighs 4,000 pounds and features a family of loons plus 50 hidden homages to the area.
Duluth: Local artist Paul LaJeunesse's "Lincoln Park" mural depicts the changing neighborhood's blue collar past and culinary-driven present. Find it outside Frost River Trading Co.
Virginia: A series of eight murals in this Iron Range town depicts the life and history of the area. This one, called "Cruising Main," can be found at the corner of Chestnut Street and North First Avenue.
International Falls: In operation for 40 years, the historic Border Theatre is commemorated with this beautiful mural, located on Third Street just down the road from Smokey Bear Park.
Red Wing: A life-size postcard of this charming Mississippi River town was painted to celebrate the city's history. Find it at Third and Plum streets downtown.
Mankato: Community members helped local artist Michael Cimino paint this new mural in Old Town Mankato, called "One for All." / Katie Adelman
Stillwater:Tucked away in downtown Stillwater's Union Alley, this colorful mural is a popular backdrop for engagement photos.
Fosston: You can't miss the "Thirteen Towns" mural as you drive through Fosston, depicting life here at the turn of the century.
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