Throughout most of the city there is very little graffiti to be seen; storefronts and most other structures are kept surprisingly clean. However, for what Rochester may lack throughout the city, it more than compensates for in a few areas of high concentration where graffiti has been elevated to an art.
Places to see Graffiti
Art Museum of Rochester - gallery that exhibits Street Art
Broad Street Bridge portion of the Abandoned Subway
Legal Wall behind Village Gate
Wall\Therapy at various locations (see map), especially the South Wedge and El Camino Trail
The Water Towers behind Cobbs Hill Park.
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