North of downtown Miami, Wynwood Walls is selfie paradise and it's free. What feels like hundreds of urban murals pop out in corners, on building and even the street poles are not left untouched by the creative fury that consumed the neighbourhood. Street art and graffiti have their place in the world, right here. And what better way to engage with the artistic message than to put yourself and your kinesthetic interpretation into the mix of this open air, ever-changing museum.
My second visit to the brain of Tony Goldman marked its ten anniversary. Each piece has a life span of 1-3 years, so the rotation of artists made this second visit a brand spanking new experience all over again. Goldman's vision stumbled out into a building then garden and soon practically every building within reach was gobbled up. In came the flood gates of tourists and visitors. All of the oooo's and aaahhh can leave one a bit energy ridden, but you need not fuss, the district has a lovely ecosystems of stores, restaurants and other nuggets.
Spend as long as you like and parking if you find it for free is possible on the outer skirts from the museum or just cut to the chase and get paid parking. Bring comfortable walking shoes, a cute outfit that will compliment any wild array of colors and of course, friends.
Don't forget to take a boatload of photos. Which art piece did you like best? COMMENT Below. See you next time for another petite island adventure.
Where exactly is Wynwood Walls located?
2520 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33127
What are the Wynwood Walls opening hours?
Sunday through Thursday 11AM-8pm and Friday/ Saturday 11AM - 9PM
Where can I find more information on Wynwood Walls?
Right HERE (www.thewynwoodwalls.com)
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