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All reviews spray paint graffiti art street artists add your own castle hill local artists great art multiple levels trash cans cool place great photo ops street parking taking pictures great view of the city keep austin weird downtown austin masterpiece
The Graffiti Wall as it's know has been a source of joy for all friends coming in from out of town. It's a part of Austin and celebrates the arts and creativity of our City. Teens come with cans of spray paint to express themselves.
Allowing the community and public to "decorate" an abandoned area is such a unique use of vacant property. It's enjoyable to see feelings and drawings expressed as well as seeing people photograph what they enjoy. Keep Austin Weird indeed!
I was in Austin for a site visit for an upcoming event and our guides brought us past the Hope Outdoor Gallery. It was entirely unexpected; and honestly I didn't even know it existed.
We did not spend too much time here but I was...More
Hope outdoor gallery is an interesting visit in Austin. I think the quality of the art work differs day to day as it is an open graffiti space.
When we visited there were some excellent pieces to see but the majority was made up of...More
We heard about this place and we had to go check it out. It was a warm, January day. It was a lot of people out and about. People were selling their handmade jewelry (I picked up a pretty dope ring). Some people were even...More
Cool selection of graffiti art close to downtown Austin. Free admission and you can add your own graffiti to the walls. I would be cautious about bringing small children here as the hill gets very steep and there’s a ton of broken objects/trash laying around.
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Yes, walls of graffiti, actually, terraced up the hill. No admission, but a photographer, Jules, is something of a documentarian of the place and he sells photos of the work there on site. So, take a bit of extra money and... More
Yes, walls of graffiti, actually, terraced up the hill. No admission, but a photographer, Jules, is something of a documentarian of the place and he sells photos of the work there on site. So, take a bit of extra money and take a souvenir home!