History of Greenwich Village Tour

Enjoy a walk through one of New York’s most beautiful neighborhoods as we explore the unique and legendary mecca to artists, writers and bohemians.

Food & Culture Tour

Neighborhoods, History & Cuisine, the Heartbeat of the City.

Beatnik Writers, Hippie Protesters, Bohemian Revolutionaries, Rock n’ Roll Legends!

Greenwich Village has always been a place of outsiders making a difference. Follow in the footsteps of some of your favorite pop culture icons as you see where small movements became world changing phenomenon that shaped the 20th century.

January 8-March 31 will only operate Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
Private Tours available every day of the week

Small Group Tours
  • Adults: $35
  • Children 5-12: $26
  • Children under 5: Free
Small Group Tour Info
  • Daily at: 10am
  • Tour lasts: 2 hours
Private Tours
  • Adults: $70
  • Children 5-12: $52
  • Children under 5: Free
Private Tour Info
  • Tour runs daily.
  • Start times available from: 10:00am to 4pm
  • Tour lasts 2 hours.
  • 2 guests minimum.
Details & Info
  • Tour does not operate on NYC Pride (last Sunday in June), Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
  • A gratuity of 15% will be added to all groups of 8 or more (including NY Pass guests).


  • R/W to 8th Street-NYU
  • D/F to W 4th Street
  • E to W 4th Street
  • Subway map

Meeting Place

History of Greenwich Village Tour Highlights

History of Greenwich Village Tour Highlights

Some of the attractions and locations that we will visit on this tour.

Jefferson Market Library

Jefferson Market LibraryOnce a courthouse, one of the most infamous trials of the early 20th Century took place here.

Anne Charlotte Lynch’s Home

Anne Charlotte Lynch HouseCalled the “Poe House” by many, Edgar Allen Poe debuted some of his most famous works here.

Washington Square Hotel

Washington Square HotelThe home of some of New York’s most famous musicians and actors.

Washington Square Park

One of the most famous parks in the city, it has become a meeting place and center for cultural activity and protest.

Washington Arch

The Washington Square ArchOriginally built to celebrate the birthday of Washington’s inauguration, it has become one the most recognizable structures in the city.

Brown Building

Brown BuildingThe site of the worst industrial accident in American history.

Bleeker Street

Bleeker StreetSome of the best places to grab a snack in the Village.

John’s Pizzeria

John's PizzeriaSome of the best pizza in the city.

Stonewall Inn

Stonewall InnThe site of the 1969 Stonewall Riots which began the Gay Rights Movement on the East Coast.

….and more!

Greenwich Village ShopOther numerous stops included!



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