Not only a good place to view talented artist and their work, but plenty of people watching to be done as well.
About Wynwood Walls
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Great revisit to the Wynwood Walls 12/8/2017. This was opening weekend and the Wynwood neighborhood was in full swing! It was a Mardi-gras level of electricity with Bands & stages, food vendors, murals in the process of being painted, murals that were completed for this...More
This is a beautiful place. Restored through art with an amazing vibe. The walls arte interesting and fun to watch and its very well worth the trip. The indoor museum is also very nice.
The most difficult thing to do is find parking. After achieving this, you get the pleasure to enjoy multiple young artists ho share their new graffiti s and street art. Around the place there is a some sort of food truck court were they also...More
My first time visiting Wynwood, I was able to enjoy my Surroundings, very colorful artistic and excited to see all they have to offer for the public. I passed by Wynwood Farmers Market a small place where they have food trucks during the weekends also...More
Very nice place to visit with children and take pictures,enjoy many forms of art. There’s lots of restaurants and food options close by. Parking is decent. Best time to visit with kids it’s mid afternoon. Would not recommend staying late into the evening or late...More
Wynwood was a rundown small warehouses & industrial shops part of Miami about 25 block of the old Downtown area, it went through a revival of all those old warehouses all blocks long got painted with modern art murals the warehouses got converted into chick...More
CAJA CALIENTE...eclectic decor in an outside atmosphere with a canopy and trees for welcomed shade. Great Wall art. Furniture and tables are a mix of used and new...very Hippy vibe. Great Cuban and Latin food with a twist. A must try is the Octupus Taco...More
WOW....amazing to see what artist can do and on the side of old warehouse buildings...absolutely amazingly, beautiful! To think that in the past this type of work (graffiti) has previously been deemed not so nice.