Bowery Graffiti Wall is definitely the most versatile graffiti in NYC. It is full of street ethos and ravels in all the attention that it receives. This iconic wall has hosted celebrated artists like Keith Haring, Lady Aiko, Os Gemeos and Shepard Fairey that have made this a place of serious artistic showcase. New York in all offers you a perfect amalgamation of sophistical art as well as Grafitti art which in itself is very free in expression. The nature of such art can be explored and understood well in New York City. This is the perfect place to begin a graffiti tour in the city of New York.
Bowery Graffiti Wall Travel Tips
- You can combine your visit to the Bowery wall with a stop-over at the lush Sara d Roosevelt Park which is also in the same neighbourhood.
How to Reach Bowery Graffiti Wall
- Bus stops in the area: E Houston St/ 2 Av, Bowery/E 1 St, Bowery/ Prince St.
- Nearest subway station: Bowery station.
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1.62% of people who visit New York City include Bowery Graffiti Wall in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
57.14% of people start their Bowery Graffiti Wall visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Bowery Graffiti Wall
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Bowery Graffiti Wall
Bowery Graffiti Wall Reviews & Ratings
A place you must visit... art for our times by artists and groups of our times. It changes frequently too. Bring your camera... enjoy the morning light there. What you see today might not be there tomorrow. It's art in transit... yellow cabs rushing past colorful paint... a great NYC picture..
Found this place from looking at places on Google maps. Love murals and artwork and it was a beautiful day to check it out. It's not a far walk from the subway. Best place to take the photo is from the median. I tried a selfie but it didn't look quite right. I look over and a gentleman with a professional camera was taking a photo of the mural. He was kind enough to take a picture of me with the mural. Godsend! This artwork was done by a Japanese artist. Very cool detail! Worth the stop!
I love the mural on display only wish they would not change it so often,there are enough walls in this city to paint on.
Its a really nice mural! It's best if you take a picture from the median in the middle of the street when the light changes!
I Just Love This Wall Of Arts...