Graffiti Hall of Fame
Address: 106 St. Park & Ave
People outside of NYC think of a music video show when they hear "106 & Park," but residents of El Barrio know the historical relevance that location has to the New York street art movement. Harlem community activist Ray "Sting Ray" Rodriguez created the Graffiti Hall of Fame back in 1980 to provide a place for the city's talented graffiti artists to show off their skills. Since it's in the courtyard of the Jackie Robinson Educational Complex, visit when school isn't in session to see some of the dopest street art done by local artists and others who have traveled to East Harlem to have their place in the Hall of Fame.