We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews street art queen street rick mercer great place to take pictures amazing artwork portland street alley ways artists working photo shoot taking photos spadina avenue bring your camera great pictures interesting place kensington market take your time walk around
....especially on a sunny day, in the warmer seasons, when it it filled with people....both artists, and pedestrians. Bring your camera, and better allow at least the same amount of time as you could spend at the AGO.
Being a fan of street art, I knew this was a place to visit. This is completely free by the way.
Graffiti Alley begins at Spadina Avenue, a little south of Queen. It brings you to Portland Avenue.
Even if we’re beginning of March, the...More
If you LOVE street art, stop by for a few photos. But otherwise, just walk through the lane if you're already on Queen West. There is some nice pieces there, but not unlike anything you'd find in other cities. It's something to do if you...More
Wanted to check this out because of the Rick Mercer Report, but it sure didn’t look like the same alley that were the famous rants were filmed. The graffiti was neat, but it seemed like a much smaller alley than as seen on television. In...More
This is a cool place to visit for fans of graffiti. It doesn't compare to certain areas of NYC or LA but there's some good art here and the graffiti doesn't get "vandalized" and tagged over by other artists as badly as it does in...More