Wynwood Walls Shop, Miami
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Wynwood Walls Walking Art Tour & Culinary Experience

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2h 30min
English
10
Sun, Thu, Fri & Sat
12:30

  • Combine the beauty of Wynwood’s art scene with the mouthwatering flavors of Miami’s food on this 2.5 hour small group walking tour, guaranteed to help you make the most of your vacation.
  • Try a variety of local and authentic dishes from top quality eateries, including key lime pie, jerk rolls, croquetas and so much more - it’s the perfect way to satisfy your taste buds!
  • You’ll also get to explore the fascinating Wynwood Walls, the largest outdoor museum which has given a platform to some of the best graffiti and street artists Miami, and the wide U.S, have to offer…

Tour Description

What's Included

  • 2.5 hour walking tour with expert local guide
  • $10 entry fee into the Wynwood Walls
  • 6 food items
  • Gratuities
  • Hotel pick-up/drop-off

Sites Visited

  • Wynwood Walls
  • Giache
  • Dukunoo
  • Rodilla
  • Pink Pie

You’ll meet your guide at the Wynwood Walls and embark on a 2.5 hour walking tour which is an absolute treat for the senses - particularly sight and taste! In a small group, you’ll spend your time discovering the incredible artwork of the Wynwood Walls and trying delicious food that is sure to have your mouth watering…

When it comes to the food on this tour, you’re in for a treat. You’ll head to Dukunoo, the first up-scale and full service Caribbean restaurant in Miami. It’s a popular spot and for good reason: the flavors are some of the best in the city. You get to try three Jamaican dishes here, including saltfish flittaz,a crispy ackee roll and some delicious jerk corn.

You’ll also visit Giache, where you’ll fall in love with their steak chimichurri crepe - it’s like no other crepe you will ever have had before! This taste sensation will be a highlight of your day for sure. And nestled inside a pink floral building, which is very in keeping with the rest of the Wynwood area, is Rodilla. You’ll head here to try jamon serrano croquetas; these Spanish ham croquettes are another treat for your tastebuds, and the restaurant is well-known for its handcrafted delicacies. You’ll soon see why!

Your final food stop is Pink Pie, a coffee shop which serves the best pie in Florida according to USA Today. You’ll try a Miami classic, the key lime pie - if you’ve had it before then you already know how good it is, and if you haven’t then there is no better place or time to try it than right here in Wynwood on our incredible food tour.

The Wynwood Walls are an open-air museum, and your entry fee is included as part of this tour. Your guide is legally approved to conduct this tour, having passed a rigorous art exam - so you know you’re getting the best of the best when it comes to seeing this remarkable part of Miami. The murals here are second to none, so be sure to bring your camera along to snap pictures of your favorites!

Your tour includes a visit to the Peter Tunny Gallery. We know you’ll leave this tour feeling a lot more knowledgeable about graffiti art, and much more appreciative of it too. With a satisfied stomach and memories made in Wynwood, this tour is a great way to enhance your vacation.

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