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Museum of Graffiti

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299 NW 25th St, Miami, FL 33127-4329
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MERIDITH R wrote a review 10 Feb
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The essential visit after Wynwood Walls, the Museum of Garffiti is the real deal. A boutique museum that goes deep into the context and history of the art, giving you all the juicy details of the who, where, why and how of graffiti. Elegantly laid out, with surprises at every turn, you are guaranteed to be impressed with the significance of this movement and come away with a new appreciation for the dynamic art form. Go!
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Date of experience: February 2021
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ransom007 wrote a review Jan 2021
Anaheim, California1,066 contributions225 helpful votes
There are pay to park lots in the neighborhood including one across the street from the museum. The museum is a good history of the phenomenon of graffiti. There are examples of graffiti art including examples of different styles. There are informational videos and exhibits about some of the more prominent graffiti artists. There is a gift shop. There is a great deal of graffiti on the buildings in the vicinity of the museum, so you can test what you learned in the museum after you leave. COVID-19: The employees wear masks and visitors are expected to wear masks and practice social distancing inside the museum.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Dior H wrote a review Oct 2020
Miami, Florida1 contribution
Very nice place the staff are friendly and helpful highly recommend going if your into art it’s very nice and exciting
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Lauren R wrote a review Feb 2020
Apex, North Carolina14 contributions8 helpful votes
I was headed to catch a Lyft ride to the airport when two guys on the street approached me and told me I should visit the museum. They said it was the only graffiti museum in the US, so I decided to turn back around. I'm very happy I did as it was a highlight of the trip. The museum employees are very passionate about their work and I believe are artists themselves. I gained a new appreciation for street art after learning to paint earlier that day at the The Light Box. The museum was a great way to reiterate that experience. It's a small museum, but no shortage of history and affordable art for sale. When you go to other museums (at least in my experience), you kind of wonder around on your own. Here, you can ask lots of questions and really get into conversations about the art. I was happy to support them by also purchasing a book and a few other things. They even threw in a magazine which was super nice and made my day. (It was my birthday, but they didn't know that.) I will be back.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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libero7 wrote a review Feb 2020
London505 contributions401 helpful votes
Don’t get me wrong, this is a cool little place. But it’s effectively the kind of gallery that should be free especially since most of the art is for sale. 16 dollars a person for 3 rooms is quite extraordinary. That said the graffiti is of course very cool and there are some great - and affordable - works for sale.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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