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What you'll do

Take a tour of NYC's most famous neighborhood by night and discover live jazz, the trendiest bars, and hottest eateries

Take a Greenwich Village at Night Walking Tour with The New York Pass®

  • With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
  • An expert guide leads you on a 2-hour tour that follows the famous footsteps of this neighborhood's former inhabitants.
  • Learn where to find the trendiest jazz bars, clubs, and cafés.

This 2-hour walking tour is the perfect introduction to one of NYC's most famous neighborhoods. Greenwich Village is known for being the place to be when the sun goes down, and this cool corner truly pulses through the night.

Explore the Magic of Greenwich Village

In the heart of NYC, Greenwich Village bursts with life and character, especially at night. Don't miss the chance to explore iconic spots like Washington Square Park and the winding Bleecker Street with this detailed walking tour.

NYC Nightlife and Walking Tours

Experience the vibrant NYC nightlife through Greenwich Village tours. This night tour of New York offers you a new perspective with captivating stories, and hidden gems tucked within the cobblestone streets of the Village.

What's more, you'll see where careers have been made and great nights have been had. Stroll in the footsteps of Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, Chris Rock, Jimi Hendrix, Lenny Bruce, Idina Menzel, and other figures who spent time in 'The Village'.

This is the perfect mix of history and pop culture for anyone looking for a great nighttime activity in the beating heart of the Big Apple. 

Highlights of the tour:

  • St. Mark's Place - home to a bunch of cool independent stores and cafés.
  • Washington Square Park - one of the city's most famous parks and a popular meeting spot for busy New Yorkers.
  • Blue Note Jazz Club - a stalwart of the music scene, this is one of NYC's premier venues.
  • Caffe Reggio - this place lays claim to being America's home of the cappuccino.
  • The Stonewall Inn - the infamous site of the 1969 Stonewall Riots which began the Gay Rights Movement on the East Coast.
  • And much, much more!

Greenwich Village FAQs

Q. What is Greenwich Village known for?
A. Greenwich Village is renowned for its vibrant arts scene, historic architecture, bohemian atmosphere, and role in the counterculture movements of the 1960s.

Q. Are there any famous landmarks in Greenwich Village?
A. Yes, Greenwich Village is home to several notable landmarks, including Washington Square Park, the Stonewall Inn, the Jefferson Market Library, and the Village Vanguard jazz club.

Q. Can I find unique shops and boutiques in Greenwich Village?
A. Absolutely, Greenwich Village is famous for its eclectic mix of independent shops and boutiques, offering a wide range of fashion, vintage finds, artisanal crafts, and specialty goods.

Q. Is Greenwich Village a good place for food lovers?
A. Greenwich Village is a food lover's paradise, with a diverse choice of eateries and culinary delights, ranging from world-class restaurants to charming cafes, iconic pizza joints, and memorable dessert spots.

Q. Does Greenwich Village have any annual events or festivals?
A. Yes, Greenwich Village hosts various annual events and festivals, such as the Halloween Parade, Pride March, Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit, and the Taste of the Village food festival.

Q. Is Greenwich Village easily accessible by public transportation?
A. Certainly, Greenwich Village is well-connected by public transportation, with numerous subway lines and bus routes pouring into the area, making it convenient to reach and explore.

Know before you go

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Booking required

This attraction requires advanced booking.

Getting in: please present your pass to the tour guide.

For more information visit the Top Dog Tours website. 

Where you'll be

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Astor Place Plaza, 41 Astor Place, New York, US

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Operating hours

Daily at 7PM

Spanish language tour: Saturdays at 6PM

Tours last 2 hours

Closings & holidays

Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, Halloween, and NYC Pride (last Sunday in June)

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