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This is an unusually fun place to go see. Its a park where they let artists take cans of spray paint and regular art paint and brushes and continually paint murals and other very artistic figures. Its a weird but super fun area and worth...More
Graffiti park is a unique place to go, it's fun to climb around on all the levels and add to the many layers of spray paint. if you're lucky you might even see some real talent planning out a big mural. they're supposedly "moving" this...More
This place is a lot of fun. Go there as an individual, couple or group. Take closeup shots of your favorite murals as the probably won't be there when you come again. Most are mediocre but there are some excellent artistic pieces fusing color and...More
This is a unique place to see. It may not be there for very much longer so if you plan on going make it soon. There are all kinds of spray paintings and they change daily. If you’re lucky you will find a can to...More
I visited Graffiti Park with some fellow photogs and it provided an amazing backdrop for pictures. It was a bit dirty, but that's to be expected. There were great views of downtown too, which was an added bonus.
My husband and I went to Graffiti Park at Castle Hills on a Saturday afternoon. Baylor Street was extremely busy with vehicles and pedestrians. There was very limited pay street parking and 3 free parking spots. There were several dumpsters in front of Graffiti Park...More
Certainly a unique experience with a lot of the art being excellent. It was very muddy when I went so I couldn't climb up to the top. I went in the morning and there were only four other people there. Well worth the visit.
There is no entrance fee. You can find parking on the street if you want to walk around and really check out the graffiti. There are some climbing over rocks and what was a remnant of a wall so bring a good flat shoe with... More
There is no entrance fee. You can find parking on the street if you want to walk around and really check out the graffiti. There are some climbing over rocks and what was a remnant of a wall so bring a good flat shoe with some traction. Some cars just do a slow drive by if you have no time. It is interesting.