Posts Tagged: Greenwich Village

What to See and Do in Greenwich Village

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Things to Do in Greenwich Village

This post is a guide to things to see and do in Greenwich Village, including where to hear live music, where to dine, shop and more.  This is one neighborhood you simply must explore, either on your own or with us on one of our pay-what-you-wish guided walking tours. We’ve also created a self-guided tour included […]

Ghost Tours and Haunted Places of NYC

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Ghost Tours nyc

Our New York Ghost tours capture the spiritual side of the Big Apple through stories of lost opportunities, political intrigue, disease and murder.  With almost every step one takes through the West Village or on the Brooklyn Bridge, one encounters the ghosts and spirits of New York City’s past.  Every corner has it’s stories, every […]

Washington Square Park

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New York Washington Square Park fotolia BrunoBernier

This park may be on the small side, at 9.75 acres, but it is one of the most easily recognizable spots in all of New York City.  The park is often bustling with both locals and tourists, and it is located right in the heart of one of New York’s great neighborhoods, Greenwich Village. Pay […]

Which Greenwich Village Food Tours Are Best?

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Greenwich Village Food Tour

This post compares and reviews the various Greenwich Village food tours, including our pay-what-you-wish version. All tour companies below are highly rated, but each stand out in their own way. A word of advice: taking a food tour at the beginning of your trip provides you with not only a historical frame of reference in the […]

Things to See and Do in the East Village

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This lively downtown neighborhood has been a center of bohemian lifestyle since the early 1900s. Home to jazz clubs in the 1920s, to 1960s hippy havens and 1980s punk rock clubs, the East Village has always had an edginess that the West Village (a.k.a. Greenwich Village) lacks. During Dutch colonial days, much of the East […]

Greenwich Village Pigeon Man

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New York pigeon man

Paul the Greenwich Village Pigeon Man can be seen feeding the pigeons and squirrels in Washington Square Park most weekday afternoons. A regular fixture in the Park, Paul sits west of the fountain on a bench regularly reserved for him. Often, the children in the neighborhood will wait for him, or gather around him.  While some […]

Bleecker Street Pizza

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New York Bleecker Street Pizza

Bleecker Street Pizza in NYC offers some of the best New York pizza and is a “Must-Eat”, and that’s not just true according to NYC tour guide Renee, who talked to Douglas Greenwood, the owner at Bleecker Street Pizza, to find out a little bit more about his great family-owned pizza place. Read our post […]