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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.


For directions to the start of the walk see the map below. Make sure you book your tour as space is limited and walk-on's are no always guaranteed a spot on the tour.

See photo of the Dunkin donuts where you will begin the tour.

182 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY

Take the L train to the Bedford stop, which is the first stop into Brooklyn from Manhattan.


Williamsburg Highlights

The Williamsburg Street Art tour covers more than just the best murals and wheat paste in the neighborhood. We speak about the history of the neighborhood and the effect the art & artist alike have on this care-free community. An influx of artists moved into Williamsburg during the 90's when the rent was still affordable and you could get away with doing odd jobs and living a bohemian lifestyle. Nowadays, this would be seemingly impossible. The once gritty neighborhood has managed to keep plenty of art on the walls while new contemporary buildings pop up on the waterfront and throughout this hip community. Come check out all Williamsburg has to offer and soak in the art friendly environment.

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Wythe Hotel

Transfiguration Church

McCarren Park 

East River State Park

Brooklyn Brewery

Williamsburg Bridge

Oasis Middle Eastern Cusine - 161 N. 7th

Best Falafel and Shawarma this side of kansas city

Sweet Chick - 164 Bedford Ave b/t 7th St & 9th St

The Meatball Shop - 170 Bedford Ave

Thats one good Meatball

Joe’s Pizza - 216 Bedford

Considered by many to be the quintessential place to go for the perfect New York Pizza slice

Artichoke Pizza - 148 N. 7th

Sweetgreen - 162 N. 4th

Sweetgreen is a destination for simple, seasonal, healthy food.

Café Mogador Williamsburg – 133 Wythe Ave at 7th and 8th on Wythe

Baby's All Right - 146 Broadway between Driggs and 6th Ave

Great music and Drinks

Smorgasburg - N 7th. towards water at 90 Kent Ave

Artists & Flea - 70 N. 7th Street This market is a hub for rare finds created or sought by local designers and artists.

National Sawdust - 80 N 6th St at N. 6th
National Sawdust (NS), an unparalleled, artist-led, non-profit venue, is a place for exploration and discovery. A place where emerging and established artists can share their music with serious music fans and casual listeners alike.

Outpost - 74 Wythe Ave at N. 12th

Nitehawk Cinema - 136 Metropolitan Ave between Berry St and Wythe Ave

The Mini Mall - 218 Bedford Ave between N. 3rd and N. 4th

Brooklyn Bowl - 61 Wythe Ave at N. 12th street
Brooklyn Bowl is an unusual venue: half bowling alley, half concert venue—and the food is prepared by one of Brooklyn's leading names in restaurants, Blue Ribbon foods.

Brooklyn Brewery - 79 N 11th St at N. 12th street

Knitting Factory - 66 N 6th Street
From the biggest names in indie rock and electronic to dance music and metal, the Music Hall of Williamsburg caters to every crowd.