Your private guide meets you in Greenwich Village at the time that suits your group.
Take in quiet streets lined with brownstone townhouses as you hear stories about the neighborhood, which was once a bohemian artist's haven and now has some of the most expensive real estate in the country. Check out landmarks including Washington Square Park, the Washington Arch, New York University, Cherry Lane Theatre, the Stonewall Inn, Chumley's Speakeasy, Arthur's Tavern, Cafe Wha?, and Grove Court.
Your guide shares stories about the birthplace of The Beat movement, hippies, and the Gay and Lesbian Liberation Movement. Walk down Bleeker Street and McDougal Street and learn about the many luminaries who spent time in the neighborhood, like musician Bob Dylan, writer James Baldwin, and political activist Emma Goldman.
Bring your own group, with a maximum of 10 people, for an entertaining and informative tour that ends at Commerce Street and 7th Avenue. From there, your guide can help you directions to return to your hotel or next destination.