Celebrating Cowboy Roots with Cowboy Boots

By Abilene CVB on August 9, 2022

Visit Abilene, Kansas and experience its unique Cowboy Art Trail! 

Celebrating its cowboy roots, the Cowboy Boot project pays homage to T.C. McInerney's Drovers Boot Store from the 1870s.

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Using this ad for inspiration, the Arts Council of Dickinson County. Quality Life Coalition of Dickinson County and Community Foundation of Dickinson County joined forces to add cowboy boot art throughout the community.

1. "Rose Garden" - Abilene Civic Center/Visitors Center - 201 NW 2nd 

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2. "Patriotism" - Little Ike Park - 324 N Spruce St

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3. "Sister City" - Abilene Public Library - 209 NW 4th St

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4. "Ike's Galaxy" - Abilene City Hall - 419 N Broadway St

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5. "Crazy Quilt" - Arts Council of Dickinson County - 401 N Cedar St

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6. "Varsity Letter" - Abilene High School Football Stadium - 900 Block of N. Walnut St

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7. "Wild Bill Hickok" - Central Kansas Free Fair - Pine Street in Eisenhower Park

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8. "Mud Creek" - Abilene Senior Center - 100 N Elm St

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9. "Mooooo" - Old Abilene Town - 200 SE 5th St

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10. Coming soon!

11. Coming soon!