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Exeter Murals, Exeter

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  • These are very unique. The city has commissioned murals on the walls of buildings in the downtown area. The murals depict local scenes and events, It was enjoyable to walk around and see the... 
    These are very unique. The city has commissioned murals on the walls of buildings in the downtown area. The murals depict local scenes and events, It was enjoyable to walk around and see the...  more »
  • They have 27 murals and all were impressive. We were in Exeter two nights and did a walk through the downtown area one of the afternoons. It was a great experience. 
    They have 27 murals and all were impressive. We were in Exeter two nights and did a walk through the downtown area one of the afternoons. It was a great experience.  more »
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  • We recently drove between Death Valley and Sequoia National Parks, making a stop in the small town of Exeter between Bakersfield and Lemon Cove to see the Exeter Murals. The murals are mostly along Pine Street. Just find a place to park in the area and you'll start to see murals in the area. There is a mural gallery that was closed when we passed by. I believe you can pick up a mural map there when open. On the side of the building is a large scale map of the downtown area with marked locations of the murals. This mural includes a key with mural names as well. Note - You can also download a mural map from the Exeter Camber of Commerce website if you want to print something out prior to your travels through this small California community. In short, you walk along Pine and several other streets viewing and taking pictures of quite a few of the Exeter Murals, which depict the history of Exeter. Many of the murals relate to the history of agriculture and some of which are really good public works of art. In the end, we found this to be a good opportunity for a 30 minute break to stretch your legs and see interesting murals in the downtown area. We'd stop again for another look around if making this long drive between Death Valley and Sequoia National Parks again in the future.

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