Guided Walking Tours
Take a Tour with a Local Guide and discover the history of Silverton and the surrounding area.
Become a Member, Sponsor or Donate to help us preserve Silverton's history.
The Silverton Murals are one of the city’s top attractions, depicting scenes of the Silverton area heritage, industry, beauty and more. The Murals are curated by the Silverton Mural Society, a local nonprofit, dedicated to preserving the town’s history through art.
As local artists paint Silverton one wall at a time, people come from all over the Pacific Northwest to see Silverton’s larger-than-life art. It started in the early 1990s when local artist David McDonald painted Norman Rockwell’s famous “Four Freedoms.” More wall murals followed, including Silverton native son Homer Davenport, Old Oak Tree, The Gallon House Bridge, Silverton vintage baseball teams and others in what has evolved into an outsized museum of art.
The newest Silverton Mural Society’s mural will be displayed at on a building where OK Davies had his practice for years. Artist Kali Dirks will be painting the mural depicting the life and times of the beloved local Doctor. When finished the mural will have an unveiling sometime in 2024.
If you would like to Sponsor a Mural or donate to a new Mural, please fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you ASAP!
If you would like to volunteer, please fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you ASAP.
To join the Silverton Mural Society
please fill out the membership form and pay the $200 fee below