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Step into a world of vibrant creativity with General Admission to the Museum of Graffiti! Explore at your own pace and immerse yourself in the evolution of graffiti art, from its humble origins to global impact. With rare works, a fine art gallery, and even outdoor exhibits, it's an experience that's as colorful as it is captivating.

🎨 Enjoy on a self-guided adventure through the Museum of Graffiti's vibrant exhibits

🕐 Immerse yourself, taking in the captivating artistry

❓Our staff is here to answer any questions, making your visit truly enriching

🏙️ Explore exterior walls transformed into artistic masterpieces, adding to the museum's allure


When do I choose a date?

After purchase, you can request your preferred dates and times by following the instructions in the email you receive. If it's a gift, the recipient will also get an email with booking instructions.


Practical information

Any restrictions to participate?

  • Age: All ages are welcome

Who can you accommodate for?

  • Children: Children under 13 years of age can join for free but need to be signed up at the time of reservation. All children 12 and under must be supervised by a parent or guardian while enjoying the museum.
  • Pets: Pets are not allowed, with the exception of service animals.
  • Individuals with disabilities: All interested individuals are welcome. The Museum of Graffiti is wheelchair accessible.

What to expect on the day of the experience?

  • Duration: Most people enjoy the museum in about 60 minutes
  • What’s included: A self-guided experience of the Museum of Graffiti including the featured exhibitions displayed at the time of your visit. 
  • Who will be present: This is a public museum, so there will be other guests visiting.
  • Spectators: Spectators are not allowed, everyone must purchase a general admission ticket. 
  • Photo/ video: Personal photography is allowed
  • Specific rules to follow: No weapons of any kind, illegal substance or paraphernalia, outside food/drinks, large umbrellas, large backpacks. Although we are showing the work of graffiti, graffiti materials of any sort are not permitted; no markers, spray paint, inks etc. We reserve the right to deny entry for items not listed here that will impede the enjoyment or the safety for you and other attendees.

How to prepare?

  • Weather dependency: This experience takes place inside the Museum of Graffiti and is not weather dependent. Some exhibitions are outside, which could potentially be affected by the weather. 
  • Arrival: You are welcome to arrive at your convenience on the day you are booked.
  • Parking: There is a public parking garage located at 321 NW 26th Street, Miami, Florida 33127.
  • What to wear: Comfortable clothing for exploring the museum.
  • What to bring:
    • A desire to learn about the history and art of graffiti!
  • Restrooms rooms: Restrooms are available at the Museum of Graffiti.

Full description

This self-guided experience invites you to dive into the captivating world of graffiti art. Our staff is here to assist with any queries, ensuring you make the most of your visit to this artistic haven.

You'll find that a leisurely stroll through the museum takes about an hour – a perfect dose of creativity to fit into your day. Just a heads up, once you leave, there's no re-entry. So make sure you soak up all the artistic inspiration while you're here.

Established in 2019, the Museum of Graffiti is a dedicated hub for preserving, exhibiting, and celebrating the dynamic world of graffiti art. Step through our doors and you're embarking on a chronological journey that starts with rare gems from the 1970s, revealing the very beginnings of this vibrant art form. As you continue your artistic voyage, travel through the decades to witness how graffiti has transformed cities around the globe. But that's not all – within these walls lies a fine art gallery that'll leave you in awe, and a gift shop that's a paradise for art lovers.

As you explore, don't miss the exhibitions that span both indoor and outdoor spaces. Our programmed exterior walls on NW 26th Street, NW 3rd Avenue, and NW 25th Street are blank canvases for creativity that'll spark your imagination.

Returns, exchanges and cancellation

Unused Experience Vouchers can be returned within 30 days for a full refund to the original purchaser, no questions asked.

If you have any unused Experience Vouchers, you can exchange them for anything else in our marketplace, no matter when. If you choose an experience that's more expensive, you'll need to pay the difference, but if you choose one that costs less, you'll receive a credit towards your next booking.

No refunds are allowed once the experience is booked.

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Timothy J.

The Museum of Graffiti offers a captivating journey through urban art's evolution, featuring an impressive collection that showcases the raw energy and creativity of the graffiti movement. From its informative exhibits to the vibrant displays of iconic pieces, this museum truly captures the spirit and significance of this dynamic art form.

Shawn Davis

Visiting the Museum of Graffiti was an absolute delight! The curated collection beautifully captures the evolution of street art and its cultural significance, leaving me inspired by the artists' creativity and the museum's dedication.

Ellie Martin

As a graffiti enthusiast, visiting the Museum of Graffiti was an inspiring adventure. The museum not only pays homage to the pioneers of street art but also provides an immersive understanding of the cultural and social influences that have shaped this movement, making it a must-see for anyone interested in contemporary art and its rebellious roots.