Dawson & Sanderson
Follow in the footsteps of the beatniks and bohemians with this classic West Side bar tour. We’ll dive into the heart of Greenwich Village, where immigrants, writers, and students flocked to make their mark and put the Village on the map as the spiritual home of New York. Find out what drew beatniks, bohemians and starving artists to gather in this vibrant and unconventional area. Dri Follow in the footsteps of the beatniks and bohemians with this classic West Side bar tour. We’ll dive into the heart of Greenwich Village, where immigrants, writers, and students flocked to make their mark and put the Village on the map as the spiritual home of New York. Find out what drew beatniks, bohemians and starving artists to gather in this vibrant and unconventional area. DriFollow in the footsteps of the beatniks and bohemians with this classic West Side bar tour. We’ll dive into the heart of Greenwich Village, where immigrants, writers, and students flocked to make their mark and put the Village on the map as the spiritual home of New York. Find out what drew beatniks, bohemians and starving artists to gather in this vibrant and unconventional area. Drink with the ghost of Dylan Thomas at the White Horse Tavern. He spent his last days raging against the dying of the light here, before dying tragically of alcoholism at just 39. His ghost is reputed to haunt the White Horse, so be sure to pour a drink for him. Then put a dollar in the jukebox and listen to some Greenwich Village tunes at the Kettle of Fish. Hear about the infamous 1969 Stonewall Inn riots that marked a turning point in the struggle for gay rights. Have a drink on us at Café Wha?, the iconic hot spot where Dylan, Hendrix and Springsteen cut their teeth. Don’t forget to check out upcoming shows at the seminal folk music clubs of Bleecker Street on your way out. Join us as we drink from the well of inspiration that gave rise to 60s counterculture and the birth of American cool. From Edgar Allan Poe to Simon and Garfunkel, via smoky jazz clubs and poetry readings, we’ll take in all the hippest nightspots on this memorable evening in Greenwich Village. Meeting/pick-up point: White Horse Tavern, 567 Hudson Street West 11th Street. Duration: Approx. 3 hours Start/opening time: At 7.30pm. Languages: English. Others: *Must be 21 years or older to participate. *Must present valid photo ID to tour guide. *1 free drink included at each pub. Please drink in moderation. * Wheelchair accessible with assistance. Guiding optionsGuiding type: Guide
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