Museum of Graffiti in Wynwood gets creative with its reopening (includes video story)

The Museum of Graffiti in Wynwood has reopened for guests to explore exclusive, world-renowned art and made changes to comply with regulations for safety during the coronavirus pandemic. 

The county has mandated that all employees and visitors wear masks at all times while on the premises, and only 25 people are allowed inside at any given time to practice social distancing. 

The museum is Wynwood’s first museum dedicated to graffiti. It has both indoor and outdoor exhibitions, an art gallery and a gift shop stocked with limited-edition merchandise.   

The museum now features a new Outdoor Airbrush Tent where you can get a mask customized by an artist. “With masks being the new norm, we do hand-painted and airbrush masks and it’s a way for folks to get something more stylized,” says Alan Ket, co-Founder of Museum of Graffiti. 

If you’re planning to visit the museum tickets must be purchased online at  No more than six guests are allowed into the museum every 15 minutes.

The museum’s location is 299 NW 25th St. Call (786)-580-4678. Hours are 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. every day except Tuesday. 

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