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Graffiti Park at Castle Hills
Art Gallery
Today 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
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Baylor St Austin, TX 78703
Baylor StreetUSTexasAustin78703
Art GalleryToday 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 9:00 pmSunday 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
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"I love graffiti park and have been there twice."
"Cool place to see good artwork."
"I *think* you can spray paint your own art, as I saw others doing so."
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Mark Messec
2 weeks ago
Great Place, I am not an artist, but I drew a huge white dick and balls!!! Also saw an amazing drawing of a guy's face, so I drew a dick in his mouth with balls on his chin... Then I saw a silhouette drawing of a guy skateboarding, it was beautiful, so I drew in a dick and two balls on him, so it looked like his wang was flying out of his pants while skating... Great Place!
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Aurelio Rodriguez
2 months ago
We got there right before it started raining. It was a bit hard getting around due to the mud but it added to the experience. Definitely a must stop!
Corey Plumlee
6 months ago
This park is Horrible for the residents who live here!! Hundreds of tourist trample through my private property to get to this monstrosity. This is a very prestigious neighbor that I pay a lot of money to live here to now put up with partying tourist on the street in front of my house. This is a residential neighborhood not an industrial park. These people trash the place and play loud music partying and camping there for days on end. Everyone in the neighborhood that I talk to All hate this new feature, saying that people abuse the curfew and trash the place, taking their parking spaces. HORRIBLE I DEA AUSTIN. PUT YOUR TRASHY PARK ON THE EAST SIDE!!! I live in the middle of it and hate the weekend disneyland its become!!!
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Melissa Tan
a year ago
I'm not really sure when this became a graffiti park and thus a tourist attraction, but it's uniquely Austin. Some of the artwork is pretty cool too. There is ample parking on Baylor, but if you want to reach the top of the park, I'd recommend wearing sneakers/closed-toe shoes OR parking near the castle house on W. 11th Street. I wore flip-flops, and climbing to the top was a bit treacherous. I was too scared to go down the same way and opted to take the long way by taking the street. I *think* you can spray paint your own art, as I saw others doing so. In keeping with the Austin motto, this is definitely one of the weirder places to bring a tourist.
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Graham Spell
2 months ago
Was cool. Lots of girls spray painting stuff and having their friends take a picture of them doing something "hardcore and illegal" SMH.. Pretty dope place if you like graffiti. Wouldn't come after dark though.
Mike Yaeger
4 months ago
Let Austin be unique and weird as it always was and still is. This is different just like Austin. If you decided to move near this and don't like it then why did you move their in the first place? If you want quiet then move to the burb's. Can't stand people that move to the city to try to be cool and bitch about the noise or things around it.
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Sara Plowman
11 months ago
I love graffiti park and have been there twice. The art is fun to take photos of and look at but if you want to get to the top you have to climb up a steep, rocky hill. One of the major downfalls of graffiti park. Also lots of trash and weeds. Bolts and thick metal wires stick out too. Definitely not fun.
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Ryan Bares
3 months ago
No matter who you are, you'll love this local gem. Bring your own spray can and leave your mark in Austin.