Miami, Florida has an unbeatable arts scene and The Wynwood Walls are a perfect display of it. The area was not so long ago a run-down warehouse district, but some forward-thinking locals decided in 1996 that it would be a great place to feature the street art of local and international artists.
What to See at the Wynwood Walls
Today the area is full of art galleries, nightclubs, restaurants, and shops and is also the center of the yearly Art Basel event, which brings in artists, photographers, and art enthusiasts from all over the globe. The Wynwood district also hosts monthly art walks.
The artists featured on the walls are constantly changing, but the more notable pieces are by The Date Farmers, Kenny Scharf, Invader, and Shepherd Fairey. Even more artists are featured on the Wynwood Doors series, as well as the Outside the Walls series.
- Wynwood Art and Beer Adventure
- Price: $59.00
- Best of Wynwood: Street Art and Gallery Tour
- Price: $29.00
- Wynwood Art and Graffiti Bicycle Tour
- Price: $59.00
Tips for Visiting Wynwood Walls
The Wynwood Walls are located at NW Second Avenue between 25th and 26th streets, Miami, Florida 33127. The walls are always free and open to the public. The walls are open at all times, but the hours of the pop-up shop, galleries, and restaurants vary.
From downtown Miami, take bus 2 north to NW 2nd Avenue and NW 25th Street. From Miami Beach, take bus 110 to NW 36th and NW 2nd avenues. Walk the remaining blocks to 26th Street. Street parking is available.
Where to Eat Near the Wynwood Walls
Looking to grab a meal after exploring the Wynwood Walls? Beaker & Gray offers craft cocktails and thoughtful cuisine, named for the tools used by chefs and bartenders. Share small plates with friends or go big with the whole fish, among other entrees. Get your Mexican fix at Coyo Taco with tacos and bocadillos, best paired with a drink on the outdoor patio or in the secret bar.
Where to Stay Near the Wynwood Walls