From Edgar Allan Poe to Simon and Garfunkel, join this tour to discover where American literature, painting, cinema, and modern music got their start. This stroll through the winding, twisted streets of Greenwich Village takes you to many famous sights.
Highlights of the Edgar Allen Poe Greenwich Village Walking Tour:
The Edgar Allen Poe Greenwich Village Walking Tour takes you on a stroll through the winding, twisted streets of Greenwich Village.
Named after the father of American Poetry, this tour will explore the origins of the neighborhood that became the incubator for the art movements in the United States, such as: American Literature, theater, stand-up comedy, and classic rock.
During the 1960s folk music scene, artists such as Barbara Streisand, Peter, Paul, and Mary, Simon and Garfunkel, Jackson Browne, Joan Baez, The Velvet Underground, Richie Havens, Tom Paxton, Jimi Hendrix and Nina Simone all began their careers in the local nightclubs, theaters, and coffeehouses of Greenwich Village.
For well over a century, 'The Village' has nurtured struggling artists, writers and musicians from Edgar Allan Poe to the Beat poets to Bob Dylan. These days no penniless artist could afford to live in the beautiful brownstones along the tree-lined streets. But look carefully and you can still find traces of the old 'Bohemia'.
New York has an extremely rich history, which at times can be a bit overwhelming for visitors. This is why the Edgar Allen Poe Greenwich Village Walking Tour gives guests an experience that is informative, educational, but most important, fun!
So, make your reservations and get your eTickes today, for the Edgar Allen Poe Greenwich Village Walking Tour. Learn a part of NYC's history the fun way!