If street art is your passion, there are several new tours that have popped up in the last few years to showcase the ongoing street art movement that started in the outskirts of Mexico City in the 1990s. Street Art Chilango is a collective of street artists that not only provide Saturday tours to see some of the best murals in the Roma and Condesa neighborhoods, but the group also works with local businesses to create more street art every day.
Take a spin with a knowledgeable guide and see a wide variety of street art styles that include stenciling, wheat paste, and spray paint. Stylewalk MX offers a look at the local street art scene in the capable hands of a local graffiti artist. Plus, at the end of the tour, you’ll be able to participate in creating your own street mural.
Original Travel creates custom-made art tours for its clients, which can involve anything from a day out exploring the city’s southern suburbs (with a stop at Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul) to touring some of the city’s most iconic murals in the heart of downtown.
To see some great street art while riding through the city on two wheels, try the Graffiti & Urban Art Bike Tour that will take you through the Roma, Condesa, and Colonia Doctores neighborhoods for graffiti-spotting and an introduction to some of the city’s central neighborhoods.
If you want to see what’s happening now in Mexico City, check out the Artist Studio Tour where you can meet with local contemporary artists in their studios, ask questions, and have the chance to purchase their pieces.
Get another look at some of the up-and-coming artistic talent in CDMX on an Emerging Artist tour where you can visit with local artists and purchase their work at discounted prices.
Context Travel offers intellectually-minded tours about Frida Kahlo and a look at Mexico City’s downtown area that will take you to some of the city’s most important murals. Looking for something a little more personalized? Tour companies like Journeys Beyond the Surface, Journey Mexico, and Essentialist Travel will design individual itineraries that can cover anything from famous Mexico City architecture to art museums to an intimate look at some of Mexico’s most interesting artists and the landmarks that inspired them.