The Stony Plain Mural Map

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Drive Thru Time

Bridging the Gap for Peace

Celebrate Rotary International

Along the Fifth

Milling on Main

The First People

Evolution of Electricity

Town on the Move

Strong Arm of the Law

The Life and Times of Murray & Esme Byers

Press Relief

The General Store

Morning Light

20 years of Friendship

For Home and Country

Making a Friend

The Connection 1906-1963

Early Trade and Commerce

Mosaic of the Past

Harnessing Our Past

Stony Plain the First 100 Years

Many Faces, One Heart

Goods in Kind

The Country Doctor

“Mr. Goalie”

Early Stony Plain Postal Service


Pride in Agriculture

Companions on the Journey

Winter Reflection

The Book

2012 International Year of the Cooperatives



Back Home

Canada 150

The Places You’ll Go

The Good Life

Comforts Past

With Hands & Heart

Shaping The Future

Project of the Heart

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    Take a tour of Stony Plain for a day filled with art and history!

    Our charming town is renowned for its unique 'Outdoor Art Gallery' featuring over 40 stunning murals that vividly capture the spirit of our community's past. Our many public works of art showcase our one-of-a-kind identity. Whether you're an art enthusiast, a history buff, or simply looking for a delightful day out, Stony Plain's art in public places is an experience you won't want to miss. 

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    Watch CBC’s segment on Stony Plain’s Murals

    More Art in Public Place resources

    Watch CBC's segment on Stony Plain's Murals in full screen.
    Watch Full Screen

    Download a high-resolution printable version of the latest Mural Guide (50MB pdf).


    Land Acknowledgement : Our community is located on Treaty 6 territory, the traditional meeting grounds, gathering space, and travel route of the Plains Cree, Woodland Cree, Beaver Cree, Saulteaux, Niitsitapi, Dene, Nakota Sioux, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. Explore Stony Plain acknowledges the many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit communities whose footsteps have marked this landscape since time immemorial.

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