Tour the Downtown District Murals
The downtown area of Menomonee Falls is a true haven for artists!
A Colorful Story of History and Nature
The Menomonee Falls Downtown District boasts over a dozen captivating murals, each one telling a unique story that captures the village's rich history, culture, and natural surroundings.
These murals are adorned with colorful representations of local landmarks and vibrant displays of the village's flora and fauna, highlighting the community's passion for art.
Whether you're a local or a tourist, taking a relaxing walk through Menomonee Falls' downtown district to admire these breathtaking building murals is a must-do activity.
We put together a handy mural map to guide your tour -- don't forget to bring your camera!
Visit the Big Chair
At the center of Menomonee Falls' downtown district, situated on the corner of Main and Appleton at Centennial Plaza, stands the iconic Big Chair.
This landmark, originally blue in color, was given a lively makeover thanks to a donation from the Falls Lavender Fest committee.
The committee commissioned Stacie Estrada from Art Lounge to paint the chair with an array of imagery inspired by the downtown area and the events held there.
Don't forget to climb up and snap a few pictures at this must-see attraction!