Check Out Pine Bluff's Famous Downtown Murals
Pine Bluff's Famous Downtown Murals
(Locations, descriptions and photos below)
Don’t miss these exquisite and educational works of art on the exterior walls of several of Pine Bluff’s downtown buildings. Listen to the audio files below to hear a more detailed description of each work.
The Arkansas Flag
Chestnut & U.S. 65B: Honors Willie Hocker, designer of the State Flag of Arkansas.
The Saracen Mural
100 S. Main St.: Dedicated to the memory of Quapaw Chief Saracen, Rescuer of the Stolen Children and legendary hero of Jefferson County.
The Delta Heritage Mural
129 S. Main St.: Depicting scenes in the life of Jefferson County residents between the 1920s and 1940s.
The Medical Mural
201 S. Main St.: Celebrates the history of the past and present medical facilities in Pine Bluff, including Davis hospital and Jefferson Regional Medical Center.
204 S. Main St.: Traces the growth of Branch Normal College, which became Arkansas AM&N and is now the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.
The Movie Mural
209 S. Main St.: Honors Freeman Harrison Owens and Max Aaronson, two Pine Bluffians who contributed much to the movie industry.
Main Street 1888 Mural
224 S. Main St.: Main Street as it appeared in 1888.
Pine Bluff's Musical Legacy
300 S. Main St.: Pine Bluff's newest mural
highlights the musical legacy of the city.
The Timber Mural
301 E. 5th Ave.: Depicts elements of the timber industry, including logging, train steam engines, and sawmills.
The River Mural
111 W. 5th Ave.: Portrays life on the Arkansas River during another time.
The Old Fire Station Mural
716 S. Main St.: City Hall and Fire Station, circa 1892.
Come Back Again, Y'all!
Don’t be surprised if it takes more than one trip to experience everything the Delta Family Heritage Trail has to offer. There’s always something going on in Pine Bluff—with fun family activities available in the winter, spring, summer, and fall. Make return trips to fun events a new family tradition!