Hear the rousing, historic periods' music while walking by these famous sights. Sing along (or not!) with your guide while he shares his spirited, musical passion. Learn about the musicians who performed and influenced the Greenwich Village folk, jazz and rock and roll. Experience the beatnik riot and classic protest music of the turbulent 1960's heard along Bohemian MacDougal St. and historic Washington Square Park. See Pete Seeger's home, Dylan's abodes, and the Freewheelin Bob Dylan album cover location. The famed jazz musicians associated with the Beatniks. The walk includes hot pizza, Viet summer rolls, hot coffee and a yummy dessert. Samples are subject to change based on tour day and time. This colorful musical journey starts on the South East corner of 8th and MacDougal Streets. Hear its sounds and see its vibrant post Bohemian style.
Some of the sites you'll tour include: Washington Square Park, The Beatnik Riot, Cafe Wha!, Pete Seeger's Home and The Gaslight Cafe.
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MacDougal and Bleecker Streets