My Visitor Guide

Ashland Mural Walk

Plymouth Mural Tour

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A group of over 160 artists from around the world known as the Walldogs has been painting murals in towns and cities across the country for many years. They came to Plymouth in Sheboygan C county in 2011. They created 21 murals on downtown buildings in four days! They returned in 2012 to touch up old murals and paint four new ones.  The Walldog movement began in 1993 in Allerton, Illinois. They have been to Algoma and Chippewa Falls, and are booked for the University of Wisconsin Stout in Menomonie and the City of Menomonie is on the list beyond 2030.

Plymouth lies in the hills of the Kettle Moraine, an hour north of Milwaukee. The murals downtown are a real pick-me-up, fun to view. The city hosts Cheese Capital of the World Festivals and a Cheese Capital Wine Walk every summer. It also hosts a Pumpkin Walk and Holiday Gathering Christmas Parade in the fall. I must say that I felt it when I visited: this town is alive!

I’ll share a few of the Walldog murals that caught my attention while I walked the walk! Oh, I should add that Plymouth is the home of Sargento Cheese! It’s a favorite.

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