New York City Graffiti & Street Art 2-Hour Walking Tour
- Discover incredible murals in NYC's top district for urban art
- Learn about the personalities, quirks, and backgrounds of globetrotting innovators
- See the various styles and forms used, including stencils, murals, and wheatpaste posters
You’ll be shown artistic murals large and small as you explore streets pulsating with creative energy, in a district rapidly becoming a world-renowned center of street art, as well as New York City's graffiti cultural locus.
During the walk you’ll be immersed in the culture and lifestyle of today's urban artists, who hail from as far away as Europe, South America, and even Asia. Learn about the top contemporary artists and their quirky personalities, and find out just how much people have been willing to pay for their work.
Discover the different styles and forms of the trade, which include murals, wheatpaste posters, tags, and stencils. Learn about the techniques employed and how they have developed and evolved over time.
This is the perfect tour if you want to learn more about this exploding phenomenon, or if you simply would like to see for yourself the very best street art New York City has to offer.
- Tour guide
- Walking tour
- Food and beverages
- Hotel pick-up and drop off
Prepare for the activity
30 Wyckoff Avenue, between Troutman and Starr streets, Brooklyn, NY 11237. Meet in front of the coffee shop. Please note that the tour takes place in Brooklyn. Take the L subway line to 'Jefferson Street' station. Approximately 20 minute ride from 14 Street - Union Square (9 stops). From Midtown Manhattan take any line down to 14th Street and transfer to the L (approximate travel time: additional 10-15 minutes). Meeting place is outside 'Wyckoff-Starr ' coffee shop. PLEASE NOTE: Please be sure you are traveling to Wyckoff *Avenue*, NOT Wyckoff *Street* Wyckoff Street is in a different neighborhood). Please confirm that you are traveling to the ZIP code '11237.'Open in Google Maps ⟶
Note that the tour takes place in Brooklyn. Subway travel time from much of Midtown or Lower Manhattan can be as much as 30 minutes.
In NYC's top street art district there is currently no work by Banksy.