The artwork of local, national, and international muralists is on display in the City of Tucson. A new map from the City's GIS team shows the locations of the murals and explains what they mean. Throughout these works, the region's natural landscape, heritage, and resilience are prominent. Mountain vistas and desert flora set the stage for defining events in the city's cultural history, such as the All Souls Procession and the capture of John Dillinger. Elsewhere, agaves, javelinas, and jackalopes take over, reminding us of our deep ties with the region's natural environment and the mythos that surrounds it. Use the https://www.tucsonaz.gov/muralmap/ as a guide to experience the murals, which mostly are located in and around Downtown Tucson.