Over the years, Miami’s streets have become a vibrant canvas for artistic expression and cultural rebellion.
With both indoor and outdoor exhibitions, the Museum of Graffiti is the perfect place for people wanting to learn more about street art and its history. It has helped shape Miami’s identity and has become a testament to the city’s creativity, culture and freedom.
If you’re staying at Freehand Miami and love art, then The Museum of Graffiti is one of the most incredible places you can visit – it’s a definite highlight of any trip!
About the Museum of Graffiti
The Museum of Graffiti is the world’s first museum dedicated to graffiti and Wynwood’s only art museum. Since 2019, this museum has been dedicated to celebrating, exhibiting and preserving graffiti art.
Wynwood serves as the perfect location for the museum, being Miami’s creative capital and home to the Wynwood Walls. It’s a vibrant hub of creativity, providing inspiration to all who visit.
The museum isn’t just a collection of art, it’s a tribute to the art form of graffiti, showing how the medium has evolved through the years, despite its many hurdles.
What can you expect to see?
The museum takes you on a chronological journey from the humble beginnings of street art in the 1970s and through the decades to the modern day. It includes an indoor exhibition space, exterior murals and a fine art gallery. There is also a gift shop with limited-edition merchandise from the artists.
The Wide World of Graffiti
This exhibition celebrates the history of graffiti across the world and how it has evolved into a global movement for expression.
Influenced by Comics
If you’re a comic book fanatic, this exhibition is a must-see! This installation highlights the impact comic book characters have had on some of the greatest graffiti artists.
All Black Everything
This exhibition is the first-ever survey of African American graffiti art, celebrating the black artists who helped shape the movement.
To find out about past and present exhibitions, head over to their website.
Want to try out graffiti?
Spray paint is prohibited from the museum, however every Saturday at 5 pm, the museum hosts their ‘Spray It Loud’ beginner graffiti art classes starting at $75. Let your creativity lead you and don’t be afraid of getting your hands dirty!
What are the opening times at the Museum of Graffiti?
Opening hours are:
Monday to Friday: 11 AM – 6 PM
Saturday and Sunday: 11 AM – 7 PM
How much is admission?
Tickets are available to book via their website, and it’s encouraged to book in advance as the museum is very popular.
Tickets are $16 + fees and under 13’s go free.
The museum also offers discounts for students and group rates for parties of 10+ people. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Where is the Museum of Graffiti?
The Museum of Graffiti is located in the heart of Wynwood.
The address is:
276 NW 26th Street Miami, FL 33127
If you’re driving, there is a public parking garage at:
321 NW 26th Street, Miami, Florida 33127
How to get there from Freehand Miami
To get there from Freehand Miami, it’s just a 20-minute drive. If you speak to one of our team, we’ll be able to call you a cab. You can also travel by bus and you’ll arrive in 46 minutes.