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Self-Guided Boston Graffiti and Street Art Tours

If you want to explore Boston's exciting street art and graffiti scenes, these self-guided walking tours are the perfect option. You can choose to do just one part of the tour or both for a full overview. You can check out the map by clicking on the link provided.

The Northeastern University and Mission Hill tour focuses on two different campuses, including Northeastern University and the Tobin School. The tour takes you through a lot of walls with the exception of the connection between Northeastern and the first wall at the Tobin, which requires a bit of walking. The tour starts at the New England Conservatory on Huntington Ave and ends at the Roxbury Crossing Orange Line station.

On the other hand, the Mission Hill and Jamaica Plain tour focuses on murals that are visible from the street. You could do the whole tour in Street View. This tour takes you through a couple of different Boston neighborhoods and focuses more on traditional New York style graffiti. It begins at Roxbury Crossing T Station and ends in Hyde Square in Jamaica Plain.

If you prefer to take a public tour with an art expert, we offer Boston Street Art and Graffiti tours every month or so during the warmer months. The tour lasts for one and a half hours and takes in more than a dozen or so pieces in and around Northeastern University. It's a fun and informative couple of hours with an interesting group of people, and the art itself is a treat. You can check our Eventbrite listings for our upcoming schedule.

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Performing Arts


Boston Surrounding areas Boston, MA

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