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All reviews street art queen street rick mercer great place to take pictures amazing artwork talented artists short alley portland street alley ways bring your camera spadina avenue taking photos kensington market walked around great pictures worth the trip sunny day
I had seen this area on film several times as it is so unique that it offers a legal easel for non-conformist artists and the quality, as well as the variety, is quite overwhelming I recommend you try to go when it is NOT raining...More
"The game is gonna test you, never fold. Stay ten toes down! It's not on you, it's in you, and what's in you, they can't take away..."
That's many crafts, paints, with inspired thought .... at Graffiti Alley.
Awesome place to walk through..bring your camera. Lots of great art and graffiti, Make sure you pick a good weather day, as it’s 100% outside....so much to see! I understand they change up the art every few years...not too far from Chinatown where there are...More
Eastern entrance to Graffiti Alley is at Spadina Avenue just South of Queen Street West. There is a signpost marked “Graffiti Alley”. There is plenty of impressive artwork. No admission charge to walk around. There are also more outdoor murals and graffiti in nearby Chinatown...More
We made sure to stop by Graffiti Alley on our selft guided tour from St. Lawrence Market to Kensington Market, and so glad we did. Cool, beautiful, quirky. We even identified the location of the long-gone secret swing. Very Atlas Obscura.
I love street art, so it was cool to take a walk down Graffiti Alley and see blocks of buildings covered in AMAZING murals with various themes. It's in a safe area and definitely something you don't see everyday.