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Small-Group Berlin Street Art Tour and Graffiti Workshop

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  • Small-group tour limited to 20 people: plenty of personal attention
  • Street-art tour will show you the work of over 50 artists
  • Learn about the art’s historical context, and the techniques used
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Small-Group Berlin Street Art Tour and Graffiti Workshop
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Small-Group Berlin Street Art Tour and Graffiti Workshop
From US$23.17
Overview
With so much street art in Berlin, it can be tricky to find the best pieces. Save time by having a guide take you straight to the city’s must-see artwork. On this immersive walking tour, you’ll decorate the walls of an abandoned factory and make artwork to take home. A small group size means plenty of time to ask questions as your guide provides commentary along the way.
What to Expect
Your day starts by meeting your guide (a street/graffiti artist) in a central location near Alexanderplatz. As you walk, you’ll be told about the history of Berlin’s street art scene and the different styles and techniques prominent in the city.
The tour will open your eyes to the work of more than 50 local and international artists such as ROA, Ema Jones, and Blue. Having a guide with you will help you understand the context of the work and the varied techniques used, such as tags, heaven spots, stencil art, burners, installations, and much more.
After you’ve seen work of famous artists and learned about techniques, you’ll get to the fun part—getting hands-on and trying it for yourself. You’ll visit an abandoned factory and have a chance to paint the walls with your own street art. The day ends with creating your own souvenir canvas.
Reviews (91)
1 - 5 of 32 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Fun tour

We did the Alternative Street art tour today with Rob and learnt a great deal about this form of art. The real fun started when we were taught to do Stencil art form. Took back wat we created and that will always be a remembrance...More

Thank Anuradha61
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Something different, lots of fun

Curtis is an excellent guide. He knows Berlin well, and he knows his craft even better. It was fun to hear his passion about what he does come out when he was telling the group about street art and graffiti. There are some great works...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank JP C
Reviewed 2 December 2018
Very interesting

Great tour with ve4y knowledgable guide. We ducked out of the workshop, so can’t comment on that but the tour was ace.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank ijstacey1973
Reviewed 29 October 2018 via mobile
Street Art and Graffiti tour Berlin

I booked before travelling as a surprise for my teenage sons (15 and 14) and my very reluctant husband. It was awesome. Curtis our guide was funny, knowledgable and very informative. He was easy to talk to and ready to give honest answers. We thoroughly...More

Thank 83nerysr
Reviewed 13 September 2018
Interesting AND fun

We were guided on this tour by the very charming Rob (or handsome Rob as he asked me to call him if I ever wrote a review). He proved to be very knowledgeable about the subject and, being part of the Berlin street art scene...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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19 November 2018|
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Response from Stowawaygirl | Reviewed this property |
I think so. The staff is really cool about everything. You start with a tour and then you get on a train to an abandoned factory. There you get to paint. If your child is in a stroller, it may be a little problem getting on... More
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15 July 2018|
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I would just show up, they will have your name. Hope that helps
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