Greenwich Village is arguably still the coolest neighborhood in New York. The ever-changing area is synonymous with artists, the influential New York University (NYU), and, of course, the Washington Square Park arch. We don't want to expand much on the Bohemian backyard (you'll get that on the tour), but we will say it's undergone a lot of changes through the years. Times have certainly changed for the area that was once a burial ground (seriously). For one thing, there's been a lot of commercialization and residential buildings going up. But, let's get to why you're here.
On our tour, we'll make our way through the aforementioned Washington Square Park and its famous arch, and witness first hand spots along the way that were captured in such films as I Am Legend, Searching For Bobby Fischer and August Rush - to name a few. We stroll into the West Village- long considered to be the most serene section in all of Manhattan. We'll see the longest running Off Broadway theatre, the narrowest house, the oldest house, and Washington Irving's former home. Oh and for you Friends fans, you can check out the outside of their apartment. OK, let's not forget about the food! We make a minimum of seven stops. The tour lasts about three hours. By the way, this is a great tour to go on if you're a vegetarian! Here are some stops though they're subject to change: