Historic Mural Capital of Wisconsin since August 2005.
|(Question #20) A 1950s hamburger/ice cream shop at that time was in the planning stage, and the artists were asked to design a mural that would depict the 50s era. click here for map
|(Question #21) This mural depicts Dhooge’s Grocery of Ashland in 1910. An era when settlers were “farming the cut over” and going to town for supplies often meant a 2-day event for area settlers. click here for map
|(Question #22) This mural depicts three lighthouses (Devils Island, Sand Island and Outer Island) located within the Apostle Islands in Chequamegon Bay and their “keepers.” click here for map
|This mural shows a piece of times gone by where the market was a place of quality service and a social meeting place, as well as the old-fashioned tradition that is carried forward to the present-day market. click here for map
|This mural pays tribute to the rich heritage of Ashland’s high school football program, which dates from 1896. It is located on the new entrance to Ashland’s football field at the corner of 3rd Avenue East and 11th Street. click here for map