Graffiti Park

2102 Leeland St Houston

Haley Guidry
Written By Haley Guidry

Travel writer and photographer providing travel inspiration and reviews

Graffiti Park

Although the Graffiti Park in Houston is not actually an official park, it is still very popular among locals and tourists alike for taking amazing Instagram photos. There may not be a sign or a park entrance, but once you arrive you will know it. Graffiti Park is actually a set of buildings clustered together that has various street art and graffiti throughout. The best part about Graffiti Park? The art is constantly changing! It's a spot you can keep coming back to for continuous Insta-material.

When you first hear graffiti, you may think of words written in a certain font. At Graffiti Park, the graffiti is more so considered to be art. The pieces have so much detail and colors that it may be hard to believe that these were actually created on the sides of buildings. The location is so great for photos that you can often see professional photographers strolling through the streets doing photo shoots. Many of the pieces that you will see were created during the Houston Urban Experience Music Festival which began in 2015. Among the things that you will see include the word Houston surrounded by colorful decorations which are also known as the Houston Snapchat Geotag. You will also find a large mural of Iron Man along with several other murals. Still not convinced? Another great thing about this particular attraction is the fact that it is absolutely free. All you have to do is to simply arrive at the location and begin exploring!

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