Bushwick Graffiti & Street Art Tour
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Please Note: The saying, here today, gone tomorrow, is an ephemeral global characteristic of street art. Therefore, we can't promise that everything we post on this site will be there when you visit but, we can promise there will always be more fun art to see.

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Take the L train 6 stops into Brooklyn to the Morgan Street (see subway map below)

The subway station has two exits, one at Morgan Ave and the other further west at Bogart Street. Exit at Bogart Street and you’ll be at the corner of Bogart and Harrison Place.

Meet Your Guide Outside
FINE & RAW Chocolate Factory
288 Seigel St,
New York, NY 11206


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If you are driving, insert the address below into google maps or map quest for specific driving instruction to locate the start and end of the tour.

Tour Begins

RAW & FINE Chocolate Factory

  •  288 Seigel St, New York, NY 11206

Tour Ends

House of Yes

  • 2 Wyckoff Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237
  • If you are staying in the neighborhood be sure to check out the House of Yes (aerial performances, burlesque, live music, circus, theater, and cabaret performances) as well as, the Queen of Falafel on the corner.

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Bushwick Walk Highlights

You will walk for 2 hours around the industrial neighborhood of Bushwick, Brooklyn exploring the Street Art and graffiti scene that has emerged over the last six years and has since become one of the trendiest communities in NY. Along the way, you will learn about the history of graffiti and street art plus, you will have the opportunity to check out this edgy neighborhood. There are great local places to enjoy the food and drink like KCBC, the first brewery in the last 40 years to take up residence in the area. There is also Ap cafe, SeaWolf, Artichoke Pizza, The House of Yes and many others. Be sure to put this neighborhood on your must see list when visiting NY.

Book A Tour

Maria Hernandez Park

Bushwick Collective

Shops at the Loom

Roberta's Pizza


For directions to the start of the walk see the map below. Make sure you book your tour asap because space is limited. Walk-on's are not always guaranteed a spot on the tour.


Union Pizza- right around the corner from where we end the tour are tons of great places to eat. For sit down salads, pizza, and burgers head to Union Pizza. Great space for student groups, corporate events, or large parties.

Address: 423 Troutman St


The Johnsons

If you want to chill in a cool outdoor space. Check out Welcome to the Johnsons. They have $2 Lionshead,  a reasonable cocktail list, frozen drinks, and a cool staff. There is a pool table inside that is usually available.

Address: 369 Troutman Street

Los Hermanos

A small hole in the wall restaurant, that actually has a tortilla factory right in the back. There is no table service, but who cares it is delicious and super affordable. A great place to eat at before going out for the night.

Address: 271 Starr Street


Sea Wolf

Best Surf Shack in the neighborhood, sit inside or outside and enjoy $1 oysters and wings plus some amazing drink specials including a killer bloodymary and $5 draft beers.

Address: 19 Wyckoff Avenue

King Noodle

The menu, the work of two alumni of Roberta’s, maximizes indulgence and flavor with dishes like kimchi carbonara and Spam fried rice.

Address: 1045 Flushing

Where to Shop

Friends: affordable women’s and men’s vintage and gently used new clothing and accessories

Address 56 Bogart St

Better then Jam: Founded by screen printer Karin Persan, the market will be stocked entirely with locally handmade clothing, jewelry and accessories.

Address: 20 Grattan St

L Train Vintage: World Famous, for the most affordable vintage clothing in New York City!

Address: 118 Knickerbocker or 1053 Flushing Avenue

The Loom: The ground floor of The Loom building, the SHOPS at The Loom Arts and Commerce complex, consists of 21 unique storefront spaces. The storefronts combine a classic Brooklyn industrial aesthetic with fresh lines and updated accents, featuring original tin ceilings and an innovative layout for driving retail business.

Address: 1087 Flushing

Fox and Fawn: Check out this buy-and-sell vintage boutique, where unlike expertly curated joints that peddle retro designer loot for a price that defies the realities of economics, there are racks of affordable goods from band T-shirts to leather jackets, dresses, shoes, handbags and more.

Address: 222 Varet Street

Urban Jungle Vintage

Address: 118 Knickerbocker St.

Vinyl Fantasy: Comics and Records

Address - 194 Knickerbocker Avenue