The Museum of Graffiti exhibits, educates, and celebrates the
thousands of graffiti artists who have transformed walls in our
public spaces into vibrant masterpieces.
Art Talk & Signing with Stash 2
Born Josh Franklin, Stash 2 is considered a legendary graffiti artist who was a pivotal player in the East Village scene of the early 1980’s. He exhibited his first canvases alongside popart pioneers Keith Haring and Jean-Michael Basquiat when he was only 17. By the late 1990’s, Stash had pioneered the use of graffiti on streetwear through high-profile collaborations with companies such as Nike, Burton, Medicom and A Bathing Ape. This move into the mainstream marketplace played a key role in the widespread understanding of and eventual public acceptance of graffiti. Stash is now widely regarded as an innovator in the world of urban design.
WET PAINT MIAMI Meet 'N Greet
Wane & Persue invite you and all their friends to celebrate the opening of WET PAINT MIAMI, a group show featuring the work of over 70 artists from around the world. The duo will be in the Museum from 12pm – 7pm signing books, doing sketches, and talking about the show. Included is a family-friendly Bunny Kitty experience and limited edition merchandise drops you don’t want to miss!
Conversation & Book Signing of Graffiti Grrlz with Author Dr. Jessica N. Pabon-Colon
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Throughout the late 1960s and early 1970s in large cities all over the United States, children invented a new art form that started with writing their names on walls in their neighborhoods. Local governments launched cleaning campaigns and mandated that young writers be arrested for their vandalism, but the movement could not be stopped. Unrelenting young people forged ahead at a feverish pace with creative innovations and inspired generations of new practitioners.
In no time, the wall writings quickly developed to become more elaborate and decorative. Taking on unique and distinguishable signifiers like arrows, crowns and other innovations through design and color, this became the blueprint for tags, throw-ups, masterpieces, and the elaborate works seen today.
Fifty years later, the Museum of Graffiti was formed to preserve graffiti’s history and celebrate its emergence in design, fashion, advertising, and galleries. The Museum experience includes an indoor exhibition space, eleven exterior murals, a fine art gallery, and a world-class gift shop stocked with limited edition merchandise and exclusive items from the world’s most talented graffiti artists.
The Artists Behind The Murals
Frequently asked questions
WHAT IS THE MUSEUM OF GRAFFITI?
The Museum of Graffiti is an institution established in 2019 dedicated to the preservation, exhibition, and celebration of graffiti art. Upon entering the museum, you will take a chronological journey that begins with rare works from the 1970s that explain graffiti’s humble beginnings. Continue through the decades and learn about the evolution of the art form in cities around the world. Also within the Museum is a fine art gallery and a world-class gift shop.
HOW DO I GET TO THE MUSEUM?
We are located at 299 NW 25 Street, Miami, FL 33127. Find us on the corner of NW 3rd Avenue and NW 25th Street in the heart of Wynwood. There is a public parking garage located at 321 NW 26th Street, Miami, Florida 33127.
HOW CAN I PURCHASE A TICKET?
Tickets are available via our website and in-person on a first come, first serve basis. We recommend purchasing tickets in advance.
- Tickets are $16 + fees.
- Children under 13 years of age are free.
You do not need to print your ticket confirmation. However, please have your ticket confirmation email pulled up when you approach the registration area. We can quickly check you in via the barcode within the email.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
WHAT SHOULD I LEAVE AT HOME?
Weapons of any kind, illegal substance or paraphernalia, outside food/drinks, large umbrellas, large backpacks. Although we are showing the work of graffiti, graffiti materials of any sort are not permitted; no markers, spray paint, inks etc. We reserve the right to deny entry for items not listed here that will impede the enjoyment or the safety for you and other attendees. Pets are not allowed, with the exception of service animals as defined by Fla. Stat. §413.08(1)(d).
CAN I TAKE PHOTOS?
HOW LONG SHOULD I PLAN TO BE AT THE MUSEUM?
You should be able to experience the museum in about an hour.
DO I NEED TO BOOK A TOUR OF THE MUSEUM?
The Museum is a self-guided experience at this time. Our staff is happy to answer any and all questions that you may have while visiting the exhibition.
DO YOU SERVE FOOD?
There is no museum café at this time.
IS THE MUSEUM INDOORS?
The exhibitions of the Museum are inside and outside. The Museum has programmed exterior walls on NW 26th Street, NW 3rd Avenue, and NW 25th Street.
CAN I HOST MY PRIVATE EVENT AT MOG?
DO YOU OFFER PRESS PASSES?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
IS RE-ENTRY ALLOWED?
No re-entry is allowed once you have exited.
Do you offer group rates?
Group Rates are available for parties of 10 people and over. Please contact email@example.com for all group and educational rates.
299 NW 25th Street
Miami, FL 33133
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Hours subject to change for holidays and special events.
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The Museum of Graffiti is located in the heart of Wynwood at 299 NW 25th Street, Miami, Florida 33127. What was once a sleepy industrial neighborhood, Wynwood was transformed by graffiti artists into the largest open-air gallery in the world. Despite being a global arts destination, the Museum of Graffiti is Wynwood’s very first museum. While the main exhibitions are indoors, the Museum has programmed several of the exterior walls along NW 25th Street, NW 3rd Avenue, and NW 26th Street in order to present the work of today’s top graffiti artists.