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Graffiti Park at Castle Hills, Austin
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  • It's like a concrete art gallery of graffiti. You can climb up the walls and the art is all fun to discover. There is so many different artists represented and so many different styles. There were eve...  more »
  • The day was muddy from the recent rain but still the graffiti was a sight to behold. Interesting art work to see at every turn. 
  • Go here just to see this. Artwork and graffiti all over. Very disturbing that people can't throw their spray cans in a trash receptacle and just throw them on the ground. 
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  • Fabulous place! I come here any chance I get and always bring friends. In the age of Instagram it's a great place to take really cool photos, and it's so relevant to society and fun to just walk (and climb) around and have a look. There is usually an artist selling postcards or something and some local food stuffs too. Really fun way to spend some time!
  • Great place to visit while in Austin. It's always crowded and parking can be a nightmare but you can easily spend hours here admiring all the talented artists. It's actually private property that the owner allows the public to use as long as your sign a waiver. It is a steep climb to the top so be sure to wear appropriate shoes, but the views are amazing. Great place for photo shoots and people watching.
  • It was alright. Parking is ridiculous! It seemed like only the lower level had any good stuff, the rest was just normal tagging. When I went there more people were there taking pictures than painting. It's a cool idea, but kinda just feels like an abandoned building foundation with a lot of bad graffiti, overgrown with weeds, and trash. The view of the city from the top is really great though!
  • Witnessed a proposal through artwork. Lots of diverse and dynamic art. Local and traveling artist selling their work. You can bring your own spray and go to work.
  • Neat little place. Fun for a short visit and see some random art. Was hoping to see some cooler artwork but most of it was just random tagging. But the art is always changing so you never know what you'll get.