Free Love Tour
Revolution in the Haight

In the spirit of the Free Love Movement, we’re leading a free SF tour (pay-what-you-wish) through the Haight-Ashbury, epicenter of the 1960’s hippie counterculture and music!

With a guitar-toting tour guide, explore the famed the psychedelic district that rocked 1960’s America into a technicolor wonderland! Your witty troubadour and historian-guide shares tales and songs of Janis Joplin, the Grateful Dead, and how the Summer of Love forever changed San Francisco.

  • 1.75 hours long
  • Meets in the Haight-Ashbury district
  • Exact location emailed upon booking
  • Reservations required, must book online

Lasts 1:30pm – 3:15pm

This tour is donation-based

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Free Love Tour Highlights
  • The Grateful Dead’s hallowed psychedelic home
  • Rock goddess Janis Joplin’s pink apartment
  • Panhandle Park, hippie haven and concert grounds
  • Famed Haight and Ashbury intersection
  • Tie-dyed street art of 1960’s Summer of Love
  • Soup kitchen for activist group the Diggers
  • Cult mastermind Charles Manson’s psychotic estate

Your Guides
Wild Wes

Co-founder Wes is a third-generation San Francisco Bay native. He makes “bedroom soul” music as Wes Leslie, the Bedroom Player and fixes cocktails at Standing Room Only on Mission Street. He has spent time traveling, backpacking and/or hitchhiking through the US, Europe, Israel and Mexico, and spent a year living in Madrid, Spain. He is (slowly) reading Don Quixote in Spanish and English and could use your encouragement.