MIAMI, FL — After closing in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Wynwood Walls in Miami reopens Friday at 11 a.m., the outdoor museum posted to its Facebook page Monday.
The art destination is introducing a new advance ticketing system “in an effort to provide guests with an evolved and safe experience,” according to its Facebook page. Visitors should to go museum.thewynwoodwalls.com, select the date and time they want to visit, as well as how many tickets they need.
Entry to Wynwood Walls will be free through Jan. 18 thanks to the financial support of Wynwood Business Improvement District. After that, an entry fee will be required for the first time ever. Starting Jan. 19, tickets will cost $10 for adults, and $5 for seniors and military. Children 17 and under can enter for free.
All visitors must enter through NW Second Avenue, which is also known as Tony Goldman Way, and wear masks.
Wynwood Walls, a street art museum, features more than 50 murals and graffiti art by world-renowned artists.