Dive into the real Berlin with an introduction to the German capital's graffiti and street art culture! Berlin has long been hailed as a haven for creative and unique artists, and this 4.5 hours excursion will introduce you to some of the best urban art Berlin has to offer. To further enrich the experience, you'll get a 2 hours street art tutorial during which you will have the chance to leave your own mark on the city.
After your tour of the city, get inspired in a local workshop in a magnificent abandoned factory complex where you will receive instructions on various graffiti techniques will be able to paint the walls of this creative space. Learn how to work with stencils and paste-ups, be able to identify burners, bombings, pieces and murals, and get an introduction to wildstyle, wickedstyle, caps, crews and many more. After you've learned all you can and tested the waters, try your hand at making your own stencils and take-home pieces of urban art.
Tour available only on: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 12PM.
Applicable for participants 12 years and older.
Be a part of Berlin's rich artistic community! Learn the story of graffiti in Berlin on a walking tour, seeing the latest and best examples of Berlin street art. Later, make your own urban masterpiece in a hands-on workshop with real local artists.
- Experience Berlin's street art scene first hand with local artists
- Learn the history and origins of this global underground phenomenon
- See new and famous example street art of Berlin
- Learn how to create your street art and graffiti
- Become a Berlin insider by getting to know the unwritten codes of conduct among artists and writers
- Learn graffiti techniques, paint the walls of an abandoned factory complex and create space
- Create your own souvenir take-home street art piece
How To Buy
1. Purchase online
2. Receive an email including the e-ticket within 2 working days
3. Meeting point of the tour: Underneath Alexanderplatz TV Tower, in front of Starbucks (Open in Google Maps)
Meeting point: Underneath Alexanderplatz TV Tower, in front of Starbucks (Open in Google Maps)