Centennial Murals Las Vegas
The City of 100 Murals, a project of the Las Vegas Centennial (1905-2005), inspired the creation of 180 (80 extra) permanent and temporary murals, and involved thousands of students, artists and citizens. These murals are housed at sites throughout the Las Vegas Valley including schools, public buildings, commercial structures and other facilities. The murals were produced in a variety of mediums, in all sizes and shapes, at interior and exterior locations. The themes are diverse and range from familiar Las Vegas icons to historical events that made the area what it is today. Murals located downtown are:
Chase – 850 N. Las Vegas Blvd
Feeding the 5,000+ – 231 W. Charleston Blvd.
Glamerous Games of the Past – One Fremont St.
The Gutenberg Museum – 1060 S. Main St.
Interpretive Vision – 1228 S. Casino Center Blvd.
Las Vegas – One E. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas – Fourth St./Carson Street
Lights of Las Vegas – 500 S. Main St.
Nation Youth Service Day Coalition – 900 N. Las Vegas Blvd.
Nitelite – Freemont St/Las Vegas Blvd.
The Old Fort – 500 E. Washington Ave.
The Old Ice House – 708 S. Main St.
Our Community – Third St./East Imperial Ave.
Out History – 1630 S. Commerce St.
Pyramids at Red Rock Canyon – 200 Fremont St.
Roy Rodgers and Dale Evens – Fremont St./Fourth St.
Viva Las Vegas – 1205 S. Las Vegas Blvd