We are always looking for cool things to find when we take road trips. Even if we are visiting a city we’ve been to a thousand times, we look for at least one new thing to take a picture of and create a memorable moment. Recently we discovered the Greetings From Murals. Have you ever seen these city Greetings Tour murals when you travel?
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Greetings From Murals in Cities Near you
Back in the early days of road trips, people would send postcards from the places they would visit. Travelers would stop at gas stations, historical locations or amazing places and buy a postcard that said Greetings From and send them back to family and friends back home.
Now, thanks to talented artists and painters, we can find Greetings From murals in cities around the country and snap a picture to share our adventures with our friends.
Whether you are in Atlanta, Chicago, Toledo, El Paso or many cities in between, there is a Greetings From mural near you! Check out this list here to see where the murals are near you!
History of Greetings From:
It was an easy way to communicate information, to be sure, but with a twist any Instagram fan today would recognize immediately: an offhand, entertaining visual brag that showed just how much fun the sender was having at a nightclub, hotel, national monument, or natural wonder in some faraway state.Read more
Louisville Greetings From
If you are in Louisville, Kentucky, you can easily find the Greetings From Murals just across from Churchill Downs.
1101 Central Ave. Louisville, KY 40208
Greetings Tour is a cross country mural project creating landmarks through public art. Using the classic large letter postcard style, they help revitalize communities with relatable imagery and bright colors.
Muralist Victor Ving and photographer Lisa Beggs have been traveling full time out of their RV for 4 years since leaving NYC in 2015.Greetings Tour
Knoxville Greetings From
Knoxville, Tennessee was easy to find on Broadway when we drove through the city last weekend.
1134 N Broadway, Knoxville, TN 37917
Other cities have similar city murals and signs to mark their landmarks.
Lebanon, Kentucky has the postcard sign as you drive through downtown.
Do you look for things like this when you are traveling through a city? What Greetings from Murals have you found? I’d love to see them!