Stepping into Greenwich Village is like stepping back into time. Once home to the beatnik movement, now home to the upper middle class, this artsy area still has that bohemian feel. Scattered with Greek Revival and Victorian architecture the beauty and old time feel of Greenwich Village are hard to beat.
Historic store fronts along house upscale dining establishments and an eclectic array of trendy one of a kind shops. The bohemian artsy roots of Greenwich Village can be seen and felt in each nook and cranny where modern and vintage mingle to bring the best of both worlds to your experience.
Music lovers will enjoy the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame Annex with it’s tour through the ages. Off-off Broadway’s original Cherry Lane Theater is a must see.
The Commons is a must see park in Greenwich Village. Take a jog a leisurely stroll or a picnic lunch. While you are there check out the free ’Food for Kids’ community program. In Washington Square Park spend the afternoon entertained by the most talented and intriguing street performers to be found.
There are several excellent museums in Greenwich Village. Take in an afternoon of American art and sculpture, comics and cartoons, or a planetary delight at one of the many museums in the area.
Home to some of the best comedy clubs in the country, Greenwich Village is a place where well known performers as well as the yet to be discovered will keep you laughing.
There are so many things to do in Greenwich Village you will never run out of new ideas to keep even the hardest to please entertained.