Edgar Allen Poe Greenwich Village Tour
Named after the father of American Poetry, this walking tour will explore the origins of the neighborhood that became the incubator for the art movements in the United States.
Stroll around Washington Square Park and admire the impressive Arch
The eclectic campus environs of New York University - the largest private university in the USA
Stonewall Inn, site of the gay liberation riots of 1969
Walk down the Bleecker Street
Pass the house where American revolutionary Thomas Paine died
Follow the footsteps of Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan at Café Wha?
Walk through MacDougal Street which has been frequented by numerous famous individuals
Site of the deadly Triangle Shirtwaist Factory disaster
Stop at the home of Edgar Allen Poe—telltale stories included!
And many more of the Village's sights, stories and secrets
The energy is infectious as you stroll the bustling environs of Washington Square Park and New York University, view the haunts and hideaways where the likes of Dylan Thomas, Jimi Hendrix and Lenny Bruce plied their craft, and savor stories of how the Beat Generation sprang forth and flourished here.
From Bleecker St. to MacDougal St. to Sheridan Square, we'll uncover some of New York's rarest sights (including the smallest piece of property in the city!) and the strange-but-true anecdotes attached to them. This is as rich a literary, cultural and artistic journey as you'll ever experience. So please book it soon. It fills up fast!
• Guided walking tour
• Licensed tour guide
What's Not Included:
Good to Know:
$35 - 6 printed 5 x 7 photos of your choice from the tour taken by an Uncle Sam's New York photographer
Multilingual guides available on special request at private tour rates.
Product ID: 570570
Instant booking with guaranteed spots
Local prices set by our organizers
Organized byUncle Sams New York
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