West Village Pub Crawl
The West Village Pub Crawl gives visitors an unusual look at the West Village, tracing the area's history by stopping at various bars, pubs, and taverns.
The tour starts at the White Horse Tavern. The tour guide will fill you in on the history of the White Horse Tavern. After that, the guide will take you into the bar and you can experience its décor and drinks as well. The next stop on the tour is the Café Wha, another bar that has an illustrious history, especially since it was home to Jimi Hendrix's first live performance. After that, it is on to Kenny's Castaways. Many a famous musician has performed within its walls. Located on Bleeker Street, this bar has hosted such celebrities as Aerosmith and Bruce Springsteen.
This classic bar tour takes revelers into the heart of Greenwich Village and explores the spiritual home of New York City where immigrants, artists, and students combine to form a classic bohemian culture. Drink where the Beat Generation poets got their start. Experience one of New York City's classic dive bars with an original jukebox. And, live rock history on world famous Bleecker Street. Join the ranks as you drink from the well that has provided the inspiration to so many of our nation's greatest artists on the West Village Pub Crawl.
- The Whitehorse Tavern (Where Dylan Thomas drank and died)
- Café Wha (Scene of Jimi Hendrix's first live performance)
- Historic Bleecker Street
- Kenny's Castaways (Where Bruce Springsteen first gigged)