Graffiti & Street Art Walking Tour in Brooklyn tickets
Go on a 1.5-hour cultural exploration of the outdoor art scene in Bushwick, Brooklyn on the Graffiti & Street Art Walking Tour in Brooklyn. You'll gain a new appreciation for the artists (both anonymous and well-known alike) and their vibrant creations.
The New York Explorer Pass is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility.
Your guide will take you to several famous works of art and you’ll learn all about the historical and cultural significance of this unique art form, which served as a much needed form of communication to unite communities on pivotal political and social issues as well as a means of self-expression.
You’ll explore the ever-changing landscape of graffiti today, from its rise in popularity and its recognition as an art form, to the unwritten “rules” among members of the street art community, to different types of it, including: stencil art, throw-ups, mural art, tags, and more.
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Present the pass to your tour guide.
Reservations are required
. Please reserve online at www.BrooklynUnpluggedTours.com
. Choose "Graffiti & Street Art Walking Tour in Brooklyn", desired tour date, and input your 12 digit pass number (located near the QR code on each pass). Be sure to bring your pass with you to the tour for check-in. Your pass must be valid on the day of the tour. You will receive an email confirmation with the tour’s departure location.
Tour operates year-round, daily at 3:00 pm.
May be closed major U.S. holidays.
The tour covers approximately 1 mile of walking distance. It is a manageable amount of walking for the average adult, child over the age of 12, or healthy senior citizen. There are no age limitations on the tour, but you are encouraged to consider the walking ability and level of interest/attention span of a younger child.
Meeting location of the tour is in front of "Wyckoff-Starr" coffee shop, located at 30 Wyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn (between Starr Street & Troutman Street)
L train to Jefferson Street in Brooklyn. The L train is 9 stops from Union Square, where you can transfer from the N, Q, R, 4, 5, and 6 subway lines. (Jefferson Street is a 20-minute subway ride from Union Square, or 9 stops).
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