Wynwood Walls has grown in popularity dramatically since its inception. Groups from all over the country flock to this outdoor attraction to witness some of the best street art in the world. If your group is planning a trip to Wynwood Walls, you’ll want to consider that parking is minimal and booking a bus rental in Miami is often the best option for transportation.
Wynwood Walls is a free, public art gallery featuring international street art. It was established in 2009 by visionary Tony Goldman as an outdoor museum. Since it’s opening, Wynwood Walls has featured the work of Swoon, Shepard Fairey, Os Gemeos, Futura, Kenny Scharf, and other renowned street artist and innovators. Since its opening, it has inspired the creation of murals throughout the Wynwood district.
In 2010, Wynwood Doors opened featuring 176 feet of roll-up storefront gates. Recently, Wynwood Walls Garden, an open green space featuring five murals, was added as well. Each year, specially selected artists from around the world are invited to share their art with Miami. The art ranges from old school graffiti artists to newer innovators. Tony Goldman passed in 2012. Wynwood Walls celebrated his life and legacy with Art Basel, a series of events all dedicated to his vision and impact.
Why charter a bus to visit Wynwood Walls
Depending on the size of your group and what your needs are, you might consider booking a school bus, coach bus, minibus, or shuttle service. If you’re just making a quick trip there and back, or have a low-maintenance group, school buses work great. Smaller groups enjoy minibus rentals. Large groups, groups traveling longer distances, or groups who want a bit more luxury typically prefer a coach bus or shuttle service to handle transportation. It simply depends on your group’s needs.
If your group is looking for some food near Wynwood Walls, there are a number of eclectic eateries within a mile. Coyo Taco features quick bites like tacos and falafel. Wynwood Kitchen and Bar has a contemporary feel with vegetarian and vegan options. Panther Coffee is a hip cafe just down the street. Kyu Restaurant is an Asian grill with gluten free and vegan options available, as well as beef ribs and beer.
If you want the taproom experience, you’ll want to stop by J Wakefield Brewing, a smaller venue with a city vibe featuring art murals as well. Concrete Beach Brewery is entirely made of, you guessed it, concrete. They always have a variety of brews on tap and you can get them by the glass or sample them in flights.
Art Deco central and home to swaying palm trees, sun-kissed beaches, and a vibrant nightlife, Miami is an iconic destination steeped in art, culture, and fun. Visit Miami and its surrounding areas, and be in the front line as latin culture take center stage while indulging in a little bit of sun, sea, and sand.