Graffiti-Art in the Harbor of Linz Open Air Gallery Mural Harbor
Boatcruise and Graffiti-Crashkurs:
Admission 25,00 €
Reduced admission 20,00 €
Admission 15,00 €
Reduced admission 12,00 €
Admission 50,00 €
Reduced admission 40,00 €
More than a hundred Graffiti, some of them of monumental size, decorate the facades of the old industrial constructions and offices at the harbor of Linz. Artists from about fifty nations transformed the beautiless docklands of Linz to an art hotspot. There are different ways to visit all the artworks in the area as for instance by boat or by foot. A professional will guide the visitors through the open-air-gallery. Every tour ends with a graffiti crash course for each guest.
In the harbor of Linz are a lot of huge warehouses, containers, cranes and railways. By general desire of the habitants and the workers in the area, it has been decided to pimp up the buildings. Out of that project emerged one of the biggest coherent Graffiti-Galleries worldwide.
Mural Harbor already counts more than a hundred Graffiti, adding more every year. National and international artists like Aryz, Lors, Nychos or Roa are already a big part of the gallery. The professional guides know every important thing about these artworks and after the guided tours every visitor can try to create a graffiti art piece by himself.
MURAL WALK (Guided Walking-Tour & Graffiti Crash Course)
Taking the Mural Walk Tour, the visitors experience the impressive gallery by foot with a professional guide. After seeing all the important pieces of art, everyone can try to be a graffiti artist. There are special dates and prices for groups consisting of more than 10 persons.
MURAL BOAT (Moderated Boat-Tour & Graffiti Crash Course)
Depending on the size of the group Mural Harbor offers moderated tours by boat. The view from the boat on the graffiti pieces is really great, especially for taking photos this tour is highly recommended. And again, after the tour everyone can try to spray a graffiti by himself.
From a sketch to a real graffiti on a wall, this workshop is great for amateurs and graffiti-newbies. All participants receive theoretical input and are then free to give vent to their creativity. Each attendees starts with a pencil and a piece of paper and professional supervision. Then, later, the artists can spray their sketch on a wall, all by themselves.