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It is located at the old (abandoned) industri area. The wall is probably 2 mile long. Be sure coming here not alone and not in the evening. It's a must see place for the mural fans. There are beautiful ones, working it into the detail...More
I love that St Louis has allowed for this unused very long cement barrier wall along the river to at least become a way for some of the local artist to share their visions and talents! It’s walkable or drivable. It appears as though the...More
A very long graffiti wall! Maybe it serves a social purpose and if so then I'm all for it but my concern is that its not a great add for St Louis' tourism. The Arch is magnificent, and then what a graffiti wall!
Truly an art museum conveniently located outside. It had a LOT of graffiti which seemed to stretch over a mile or so. Each one telling a story in its own right and the best part is that this is all free to see.
Honestly, why don't more cities do this? What a great opportunity for artists. Some people hate graffiti but when it can be seen and appreciated, it's beautiful beyond measure. This is a gem. A place where people can share messages through art. My kids loved...More
Love, pain, patriotic, unity, comical, sadness there is so much emotion covering these ever changing flood walls. Drove through the 1st pass then walked the 2nd time to actually see the artwork. Common sense would tell you not to go at night however daytime felt...More
We saw this on Trip Advisor and were intrigued. We opted to drive through and snap pictures instead of walking, but we did not feel that our safety was at risk here. The artwork displayed is beautiful, breathtaking and something you have to see to...More
This is one of those experiences you will either love or hate with very little in between. Personally I loved it as some of these walls were true art to be appreciated. As some have mentioned in other reviews however, this is really a daytime...More