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easily accessible through metro, this museum is a highlight while in Santiago. very calm neighborhood, and amazing art spread into several buildings across multiple blocks - a nice walk and appreciate program for your morning
I have very much enjoyed the street art I have encountered during my stay in Chile. I went to Valparaiso and was able to see lots of murals throughout the city. But the San Miguel neighborhood is a real gem! It is easy to get...More
I love street art, all of it - murals, graffiti, tags. I really wanted to visit Museo a Cielo Abierto, but did wonder whether, as a solo female traveller, it would be safe. The advice I received from the owner of the guesthouse I stayed...More
I prefer murals to smaller graffiti and this is the place to go in Santiago. It is easily accessible and despite it being in a poorer neighborhood it is not dangerous at all. I went by myself on a Wednesday morning, people were just going...More
All the turist guidebook are full of mouth of the open air museum in Valparaiso...really old and poor now...
Almost of the guide forgot Museo a cielo abierto in Santiago and it is a mistake...
Take the subway to Station Departemental, walk 5 mn and...More
I read all the great reviews for this open air museum but was a little put off by Trip Advisor's quote of 1.5-2 hour travel time (X2 train & bus). Luckily my friend found directions on another website that were more straightforward - get the...More
San Miguel is a poorer neighborhood south of the city center on metro line 2 (to Departmental). On a set of apartment blocks along Tristan Matta residents and artists have created 3-4 story murals. There is a range of styles and subjects, but all are...More
i was very surprised when i realized that not many people even in santiago know about this gallery, so i guess i was lucky to find reviews here on tripadvisor. if you enjoy street art like myself, you definitely have to go there. it's a...More
This 'museum' is incredible. The art (not graffiti) is simply amazing and to be able to walk around the neighbourhood and take it these huge murals is an experience in itself. It doesn't seem to be well known which is unfortunate because it was certainly...More