Murals of Santa Paula

The Murals of Santa Paula is a non-profit organization that has brought 9 murals depicting scenes from the city's history within a few mile radius. The murals are as follows:

  1. Trains, Planes & Automobiles (1890s-1940s): 815 Santa Barbara Street
  2. Our First Inhabitants: The Chumash Indians: 119 North 8th Street
  3. Santa Paula Family Farms (1880s-1930s): 715 East Main Street
  4. Santa Paula Citrus Capital of the World: Corner of Main and Davis Streets
  5. Main Street Santa Paula (1910): Corner of Main and Mill Streets
  6. Celebrating Santa Paula's Latino Culture: Corner of Main and 10th Streets
  7. Discovering Black Gold in Santa Paula (1860s-1950s): 123 N. 10th Street
  8. Santa Paula Artists and Architects: 136 North 10th Street
  9. Honoring Founders and Pilots of Santa Paula Airport (1890s-1940s): 560 E. Main Street

Visit for more detailed information about each mural as well as a useful map.