From the folk venues to the hotels to the benches in Washington Square Park, Bob Dylan made his mark all over the 1960s Greenwich Village and South Village. These neighborhoods were a hotbed of creativity and activism, teeming with coffee houses, activists and artists, and the music venues were bursting with new and inspired genres of sound. Explore the sites where the Nobel Prize winner worked, played, and created.
The sites on this tour are sidewalk accessible, if explored in person. They can also be accessed virtually on a computer or smartphone.