Washington Square Park
Judson Memorial Church
The Row (including the former home of Edith Wharton)
New York University
The Lockwood deForest house
Church of the Ascension
West 10th Street's row of artists' studios and writers' homes
Jefferson Market Courthouse
The Northern Dispensary
Sheridan Square, Christopher Park and the Stonewall Inn
The Church of St. Luke in the Fields
The Cherry Lane Theatre
Edna St. Vincent Millay's narrow home
St. Luke's Place
Italian section of Bleecker Street
Sites associated with Bob Dylan and the folk scene
In addition, the tour is supplemented with historical drawings and photographs that illustrate the how much Greenwich Village has—and has not—changed in the last 200 years.
PLEASE LET US KNOW IN ADVANCE if you are particularly interested in Bob Dylan, let us know in advance, as it will help determine the tour’s route.
* all walking tour itineraries are subject to change
Greenwich Village has long been known for its tolerant and bohemian attitudes. Not only has it been home to scores of famous artists and writers, it also contains some of the city's most important domestic architecture.
This tour focuses on historic Greenwich Village from its founding in the 17th century through its role as a posh suburb in the 19th century to its eventual fame in the 20th century as America’s “Left Bank.”
This tour lasts approximately two hours and costs a flat fee of $100 for groups of 1-4 people. For parties larger than 4 people, the cost is $25 per person. Please inquire about discounts for student groups or parties larger than 10 people.
To contact us about booking this tour please use our online booking form (preferred) or call (toll-free) 1-877-572-9719
For an additional $12.50 per person (or a flat fee of $150 for groups of 1-4 people), you can add an hour to the length of your tour and spend some time exploring a neighborhood that borders Greenwich Village, such as the SoHo, The East Village or Chelsea. To book a 3-hour tour, please mention it on our online booking form.