Bucyrus murals aren’t just “beautiful art work on a wall”. These murals tell the story of the community and the people in it. Crawford County Veterans dating back to the American Revolution are the faces of “Liberty Remembers”. The “Great American Crossroads” mural sits on an original section of the Lincoln Highway, and tells the story of Bucyrus and individuals who helped mold this great community. The other murals in town also have stories to share.
GREAT AMERICAN CROSSROADS & MILLENNIUM PARK
Completed in 1999, many stories and scenes are played out with people and activities chosen from various times through the last 100+ years.
Completed in 2001 Lady Liberty cradles a dying solder in her arms, surrounded by the portraits of 285 veterans of Crawford County serving from the American Revolution of 1775 through 2001.
SCHINES ART PARK MURAL
Completed in fall of 2017 to acknowledge the arts and allow for outdoor viewing of films and performances.