Thanks to generous donations from the Community Foundation of Dickinson County and Arts Council of Dickinson County, Abilene is home to a variety of unique, photo-worthy murals.
Graffiti artist, Whitney Kerr, completed this vintage postcard-inspired mural in downtown Abilene. Each letter depicts an important part of Abilene's history.
Location: 324 N. Spruce St
Celebrating Abilene's days as a Chisholm Trail cowtown, this mural by graffiti artist, Whitney Kerr, pays homage to the railroad, which carried hundreds of thousands of head of cattle to eastern markets.
Location: 207 NE 3rd St
This interactive mural inspires visitors to create a variety of poses. This giant mural was modeled after local resident Harmon Geissinger and completed by graffiti artist, Whitney Kerr.
Location: 200 NW Broadway
Paying respects to Abilene's famous former town marshal, Wild Bill Hickok, this mural was completed in 2018 by local artist William Counter.
Location: 201 N Buckeye Ave
The American Bison is featured on this special 6 cent stamp postmarked from Abilene and completed by local artist William Counter.
Location: 203 N. Cedar St