Slidell Mural Project Tour
2055 Second Street
Slidell, LA 70458
Tel: (985) 646-4375


Looking for a self-guided sightseeing tour? If you love the arts, and public art murals, you've got to spend an afternoon exploring the murals that adorn parts of Olde Towne Slidell along Front Street from Fremaux to Erlanger Streets, and at First, Carey and Cousin Streets.

Each piece depicts the natural beauty and cultural life of Slidell and southeast Louisiana, and all created by local artists from 2008 to the present.

  1. "Olde Towne" by Phil Galatas, 2008 - 230 Cousin St. (facing First St.)
  2. "Slidell Celebrates Mardi Gras" by Lori Anselmo, 2009 - 220 Front St (facing Cousin St.)
  3. "Geraldine in Slidell" by Carol Hallock, 2009 - 126 Fremaux Ave. (facing Front St.)
  4. "Welcome to Olde Towne Slidell" by Barbara Shaw, 2010 - Point of First, Fremaux and Front Streets
  5. "Winged Cadence" by Milo Stephens & Mickey Asche, 2010 - 2010 Front St.
  6. Untitled, by Blake Kenworthey, 2010 - 155 Robert St.
  7. "Dockside with RedBean the Crawfish" by Adam Sambola, 2011 - 126 Fremaux Ave.
  8. "A Step in Time" by Bruce Hume, 2011 - 1900 Front St. (facing First St.)
  9. "Thank You, Health Care Workers" by Lori Anselmo, 2020 - Slidell Memorial Fitness Park, 1357 Eleventh St.
  10. "Celebrate Creativity" by Lori Anselmo, 2020 - Slidell Train Depot, 1827 Front St.
  11. "A View from the Porch" by Phil Galatas, 2020 - Slidell Technology & Cultural Center, 250 Bouscaren St. (inside building)
  12. Slidell Fire Department mural by Nancy Pratt, 2021 - 522 Robert Blvd.
  13. "Welcome to Old Town" by Matt Litchliter, 2021 - Electric Avenue, 205 Cousin St.
  14. "Protect and Serve" by Mary Christopher, 2021 - 2112 Sgt. Alfred St.
  15. “Dragon Queen” by Mary Christopher, 2022 – Slidell City Hall Courtyard, 2055 Second St.
  16. "Path of Slidell" by Keith Dellsperger, 2023 - Pontchartrain Investments, 2065 First St.
  17. "Antique Umbrella Alley" by Matt Litchliter, 2024 - LCDV Realty, 2001 First St., in partnership with Visit The Northshore.

As you search for each mural, enjoy your stroll through Slidell's Olde Towne area, with plenty of stops along the way to get a bite to eat, shop, or have a cocktail or two. Slidell's Office of Cultural and Public Affairs provides a handy, illustrated map of each mural's location. You can download/save the map from our site, or click the website above to view online and learn more about the City of Slidell.

Slidell's ongoing mural project has been funded in part by private donations and supported and administered by funds from the St. Tammany Commission on Cultural Affairs/Department of Cultural and Governmental Affairs, St. Tammany Parish and the Louisiana Division of the Arts.