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The World’s First Museum Dedicated to Graffiti Art

The Museum of Graffiti exhibits, educates, and celebrates the thousands of graffiti artists who have transformed walls in our public spaces into vibrant masterpieces.

The museum is located in the heart of Wynwood. 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 to present the work of today’s top graffiti artists.

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  • Kel First aka KEL139 (born Randy Rodriguez) is a recognized graffiti-style master who began painting trains during the mid-1970s. His generation of style masters has left an indelible mark on writing history. Raised between Manhattan and the South Bronx, exposure to graffiti on the subway lines between these two boroughs influenced the

  • While early graffiti received its notoriety from street tagging it was New York City's trains that proved to be the perfect canvas of choice for writers looking to see their names fly across the city. While the exterior graffiti dashed by commuters in a blur the subway interiors

  • On December 12, 2019, Phase 2, the Hip Hop pioneer, aerosol artist and writer, passed away in New York. The artist who went by a variety of names including True, True Mathematics, Phase Too, Lonnie Wood and Lonnie Marrow is considered widely to be the architect of the

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11am ‒ 7pm
Closed Tuesdays

Hours subject to change for holidays and special events.

Adults: $16 + tax/fees
Children under 13: Free

299 NW 25th Street Miami, FL 33127

Re-Opening on May 20, 2020. Tickets Available Now.
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