Free Love // Free Tour
Haight-Ashbury and The Free Love Movement
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love, we’re leading a free SF tour (pay-what-you-wish) through the Haight-Ashbury, epicenter of the 1960’s Free Love Movement!
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
What we see
- 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