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This is a must. Wynwood Walls. Streets and street full of vibrant amazing murals. Constantly renewing. Awesome talent And great delicious food and drinks in the area. Lots of happening places.
Full of art and culture located in the heart of Miami. Great place to mingle and hangout.
The Wynwood Walls was conceived by the renowned community revitalizer and placemaker, the late Tony Goldman in 2009. He was looking for something big to transform the warehouse district of Wynwood, and he arrived at a simple idea: “Wynwood’s large stock of warehouse buildings, all with no windows,…
From life-sized murals to colorful drawings, Wynwood Walls feature a constantly rotating mixture of artists and their highly regarded creations
Wynwood Walls is an outside art exhibit that showcases the murals of several artists, both local and international, as well as a gallery. It's sandwiched between the Wynwood Kitchen and a shop on the opposite side. It's a must see while in Wynwood. Definitely a popular place for attaining that…
Wynwood is a place that has a lot of art music dancing clubbing and food as well must see
The Winwood Walls are the best place to go and see Street Art. A lot of Artists from all around the world go an draw that walls with a lot of magic.
Wynwood is where Miami's Art District is located. For guests looking to experience one of Miami's hippest locations offering great graffiti and art on all the building and art galleries this is the place to go. There are many restaurants, cafes and bars to also enjoy while guests admire the unique…
Unique outdoor destination featuring huge, colorful street murals by artists from around the globe.
In just a few short years, the former warehouse district of Wynwood has become the arts hub of South Florida. It started with murals, street art, and graffiti - encouraged, unconventionally, by the neighborhood's early developers, spawning vibrant spaces teeming with outdoor art. Today, there are…
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