Shamrock, Texas is known for its Irish roots and place on Route 66. A new Shamrock, Texas Mural celebrates all the best the town has to offer.
The large work was created by artist Joey Martinez and supported by the Shamrock Chamber of Commerce in 2019.
The mural features a large script font that spells out Shamrock with a shamrock itself representing the “o.” Inside the letters are painted scenes representing some of the most famous landmarks around town. Represented are the Conoco Tower Station and U-Drop Inn Café, a Route 66 shield, Magnolia Station, the cattle industry, the Texas Theater, and the Water Tower.
Find the mural on the north side of the Jaycee gym on HW 83 and then explore all the Shamrock, Texas attractions in town.
There are even more things to see in Shamrock, Texas! Check out these other Texas Route 66 attractions in town: Blarney Stone Plaza, the Fake Blarney Stone, the Texas-Shaped Monument, the Welcome to Shamrock Sign, the Big Red Cowboy Boot, and the Conoco Tower Station and U-Drop Inn Café.
And if you’re looking to spend the night in town, you have to stay at the Shamrock Country Inn motel!
Shamrock, Texas Mural on Route 66
Address: 1013 N Main St, Shamrock, Texas
Cost: Free to See
Hours: Always Visible