Fargo is covered in art. Everything from the buildings to the electrical boxes is coated with the fantastic works of local artists. Every few blocks, a new mural awaits. Below is a list of some of the murals in the Fargo area that you can check out.

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Interactive Murals

Jump in, get involved, and get that perfect Instagram shot with one of these murals in Fargo.

Art Alley

1st Ave N between 4th St and 5th St, Fargo

In 2015, the alley behind The Forum building was designated as a legal street art wall. Since then, the art of this alley has changed frequently. Walk through the alley and see what's new.

Bob Dylan

On the side of the old Bison Hotel at 413 Broadway N

Talented street artist James Muck created this tall masterpiece of Bob Dylan on the side of the former Bison Hotel. It is said Dylan hung out here before his fame.

Cow Print

Alley between Pounds and Wurst Bier Hall

Local artist Lesley Buegel painted this one for the picture-perfect moment in the alley between First Avenue Market and Wurst.

Fargo Train Car

Corner of Main and Broadway, Fargo

Another masterpiece by Steve Knutson, visitors, and locals head to the Greetings from Fargo train car to commemorate their time in our fine city.

Greetings from Fargo

West side of Orange Records | 641 1st Ave N, Fargo

Fargo was lucky to receive the Greetings Tour Mural Grant, giving us a unique postcard mural with key pieces interpreted in the art. What can you find in the mural that represents Fargo-Moorhead?

Mario Wall

Alley behind The Toasted Frog, Fargo

Two local artists - Dark Elvis and Icky Hiccup - channeled their inner Mario and Luigi to create this interactive (and hugely popular) #FargoMarioWall just behind The Toasted Frog.


Corner of 6th Ave N on Roberts St, Fargo

This peacock mural has become so iconic in Fargo that it seems like it's been around much longer than it has. Painted by Paul Ide in 2010, the mural adds a beautiful, vibrant pop of color to Roberts Street!


8th St between Main Ave and 1st Ave S, Fargo

There is so much to appreciate about this mural. This painting was done by Paul Ide in 2011 as part of 'Hip Hop Don't Stop,' an event that happened annually in Fargo from 2009 to 2011 and featured aerosol art creation.

Native Prairie Mural

On the side of 19 8th St S, Fargo

Jeff Knight created this mural called Native Prairie, a commissioned piece of art dedicated to Eunice Farstad and Carol Jaeger. Both women invested their lives in the prairie and saw its beauty during the most challenging times.

This expansive mural covers one of the historic buildings on Fargo's 8th Street.

Postcard Mural

Alley on 2nd Ave between Roberts and Broadway

Another Roberts Alley favorite, the Downtown Fargo Postcard mural, depicts Downtown Fargo and many significant historical buildings that line the streets.

Roberts Alley

Alley on 2nd Ave between Roberts St. and Broadway, Fargo

Create your postcard-worthy shot in front of this 'Welcome to Roberts Alley' mural, adorning a large garage door tucked inside this hotspot of activity in Downtown Fargo.

Silver Lining Wings

123 Broadway N

The wings outside of Silver Lining Creamery create a fun, interactive shot for people (and dogs) of all sizes.

Valley Alley

Alley behind Black Coffee & Waffles, 550 2nd Ave N

Find various wildlife throughout the mural painted by local artist Lesley Buegel.

VFW Wings

Downtown Fargo VFW | 202 Broadway N, Fargo

Show your USA pride with a picture in front of the VFW red, white, and blue wings right in the heart of Downtown Fargo.

Wheat Mural

300 Broadway - in the alley, Fargo

This North Dakota-esque painting is a nod to the prairie heritage that many in the Fargo-Moorhead community relate to. According to the artist Paul Ide, he used the imperfections of the surface as design elements, making the mural even more beautiful.

Who's Your Hero Wall

1st Ave & 12th St, Fargo

Created and painted by Lauren Starling with creative input from Brian Larry and Hannah LeTexier. This mural was created for the American Cancer Society’s 2020 Real Men Wear Pink of Fargo Moorhead fundraising campaign in October 2019.


Ace Hardware | 20 6th St S, Moorhead

Completed in the Summer of 2016, this mural depicts the zip code of Fargo's sister city, Moorhead, MN.


Ray's Certified Auto Repair | 1313 Main Ave, Moorhead

Completed in September 2017, but artist Grant Hicks found this second opportunity to get a photo with that unique Moorhead zip code.

For your viewing pleasure

These murals aren't interactive, but they're as fun to check out!

Greta Thunberg

Front Street Taproom | 614 Main Ave

Located right behind Front Street Taproom, this mural is dedicated to the Swedish environmental activist, and it's a beautiful reminder of all she's done to combat climate change in North Dakota.

Downtown Heart

Loretta Building | 210 Broadway, Fargo

The Downtown Heart is an icon in the downtown area on a private patio on the side of the Loretta Building.

Duke Ellington

Rhombus Guys building in the alley on the south side of Main Avenue in Downtown Fargo

The mural is near the former site of the Crystal Ballroom, where Ellington and his band played in 1940. A recording made that night was not released commercially until 1978. The record won a Grammy in 1980. Artist Jeff Knight painted the mural.

Florence Klingensmith - Fly Girls Mural

Moorhead Ace Hardware | 20 6th St S, Moorhead

Dedicated to Florence Klingensmith, the first licensed female pilot in North Dakota and even the entire upper Midwest, this mural sits on Main Avenue in Moorhead for all to enjoy.

Prairie Rose

Prairie Rose Lofts | 506 Roberts St N, Fargo

North Dakota's state flower, the Wild Prairie Rose, is painted on the aptly-named Prairie Rose Lofts in Downtown Fargo. The artist, Steve Knutson, has created several art pieces celebrating North Dakota.


Meadowlark Building | 503 7th St N, Fargo

The Meadowlark, North Dakota's state bird, is another painting by Steve Knutson. The Meadowlarks are painted on the side of the building, an office building in Downtown Fargo. Two birds are painted on the building, one on the east and one on the west.

Sunny Brook Whiskey / The Cowboy

McCormick Building | 320 5th St N, Fargo

This mural showing a cowboy and a bottle of Sunny Brook whiskey is one of the older ones in the Fargo-Moorhead area.

The painting was initially done in 1949 by Charles Selberg, an artist from Grand Forks who went on to do many impressive things with his life. The painting was whitewashed shortly after its completion by a group against the consumption of alcohol. In 2003, Chandler O'Leary, an artist from the Fargo-Moorhead area, restored the painting.

Try Art

Katherine Kilbourne Burgum Center for Creativity | 704 1st Ave N, Fargo

Painted on the side of the Plains Art Museum's Center for Creativity, this piece begs viewers to give art a try... fitting, considering the Center for Creativity holds a constant rotation of art classes perfect for you to try!

Brewery art

Our local breweries interweave their locations with local artists. These are some of the top spots to check out.

Junkyard Brewing

1416 1st Ave N, Moorhead

Created by artist Mandel Mertz, this mural on the exterior of Junkyard Brewing Company represents some of Moorhead's history. The Hjemkomst Viking Ship, a catfish, and various other elements are featured in the mural.

Drekker's Brewhalla

1666 1st Ave N, Fargo

Punchgut, a well-known local artist, finished this masterpiece on the interior wall of Drekker's newest brewery location, Brewhalla. Grab a beer (whose label was also designed by Punchgut) and head to the back room to get your picture in front of this captivating wall.

Fargo Brewing Company

610 N University Dr, Fargo

The first brewery in Fargo got its makeover from Fargo-based sign company Upper Hand Signs.

Pixeled Brewing Company

1100 NP Ave, Suite 101, Fargo

Grant Hicks worked magic inside Fargo's first-ever arcade and brewery, Pixeled Brewing. Besides over 50 arcade games, you can find his murals adorning almost every free inch of wall space.

Whether you're looking for your next perfect Instagram post or like to look at some lovely art, use this guide to the murals in Fargo to find the best spots.