Graffiti Hall Of Fame1394 Votes Currently Open
- Address: E 106th St at Park Ave, New York, NY 10029, United States, New York City
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-9173615483
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Outdoors
Graffiti Hall of fame is quintessentially very New York in nature. This outdoor exhibit sits on an east Harlem wall and is founded by ‘Sting-Ray’. He used this wall to basically paint out expressions of his thoughts and positive messages. Every two days, last week of August on the 25th and the 26th- an annual event is held where the old walls are re painted. Although a delight to watch on any occasion or day of the year, these two days particularly offer you a perfect experience of the wall.
How to Reach Graffiti Hall Of Fame
- Nearest bus stops: E 106 St/ Lexington Av, Madison Av/E 104 St.
- Nearest Subway: 103 st
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3.94% of people who visit New York City include Graffiti Hall Of Fame in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
52.63% of people start their Graffiti Hall Of Fame visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Graffiti Hall Of Fame
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Graffiti Hall Of Fame
Graffiti Hall Of Fame Reviews & Ratings
There was graffiti everywhere. It was like someone set people loose with hundreds of cans of spray paint and looked the other way. The artistry was amazing.
I went to the school there and it isn’t open to the public so you can’t see the inside if you aren’t a student unless you take pics through the fence, the only thing you can see is the wall outside which is nice but definitely not something to travel it’s literally just a wall with graffiti... that’s it
Its a school that was locked so we couldn't see the inside of the wall... The outside was nice but not what we expected..
Looking to establish a place where up and coming graffiti artists could hone their craft in a safe space, Harlem community leader Ray “Sting Ray” Rodriguez dubbed the concrete walls of the Jackie Robinson Educational Complex’s schoolyard to be the Graffiti Hall of Fame, and it has been attracting some of the best street artists in the world for more than 30 years.
They make it sound like it's a museum. It's just one graffiti painting on a wall. That you can see driving by. There is more on a lower level, but it's a school yard. I don't even think it's open for the public.. Not sure though.