New York University

Nominated among the best in the world, the university buildings are all over the city, but the heart is located in Washington Square, the center of Greenwich Village. The University extends over 25 hectares with 14 faculties and schools where students from 120 countries attend, highlighting the areas of arts, sciences, law, medicine, education, business, dentistry, among others professional...

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Washington Square Park

Hours: Open 24 hours

Washington Square Park is located south of Manhattan, close to Greenwich Village; the park is a popular meeting place for locals and students from the University of New York that often, go to the park to discuss their latest projects. The two most prominent symbols are the Washington Square Arch and a great fountain, which is used as a pool for children. It includes...

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Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village is located in Manhattan surrounded by neighborhoods Nolita, Union Square, Hudson Square, Gramercy Park, Soho, Flatiron district, West Village, East Village, and Chelsea. Today, this neighborhood is known as a bastion of culture and artistic bohemia, the corner of Bedford and Groove is known as one of the streets "environment" in the area; also known as '...

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75 1/2 Bedford Street

75 1/2 Bedford Street The legendary New York City's narrowest home was once home to movie star Gary Grant, is a tourist attraction in the bohemian Greenwich Village, the unique size of the house is due to the fact Which was built in the mid-1800s, where neighbors simply wanted to get into the carriage to the stables behind the property next door. Three stories plus a basement, Dutch...

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Grove Court

Grove Court is located outside on Grove Street, between the streets of Bedford and Hudson. It is accessed through an iron gate and the corresponding step between the numbers 10 and 12 Grove Street a residential enclave of six unique homes that share a beautiful courtyard planted with ivy, flower beds and mature trees. Grove Court is reputed to have been the inspiration for the famous tale...

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Christopher Street

Christopher Street The last Sunday of June each year parade the gay community to celebrate the traditional 'Gay Pride Parade new yorker', low from north to south through the Fifth Avenue to pass through the small streets of the Village and ends at Christopher Street gay pride symbol, where many traders adorn their facades with the multicolor flag of the rainbow coalition during the...

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Sheridan Square

‎Sheridan Square is a sculpture of George Segal honors the gay rights movement and commemorates the uprising that took place in front of this park in Sheridan in 1969. The conception of Segal for Gay Liberation is typical of his work. Four figures - two men standing and two seated female-are located in the northern boundary of the park, in poses naturalists. . Today, the inn and the street...

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Jefferson Market Garden

Open afternoons, except Monday, weather permitting April 1 through October. It opens in the Evenings, except Monday, the time allows it from April 1 to October. Beautiful garden in the heart of Greenwich Village can a milkshake and walk on a sunny day. Feasting with beautiful flowers and plants around this park, with a circular path so you can enjoy and admire more comfortably the variety of...

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Jefferson Market courthouse

Jefferson Market courthouse Located in Greenwich Village a historical building in 1877, with a clock tower, was originally a Palace of Justice with cells for prisoners in its database of brick; the interior is a beautiful example of Victorian Gothic with great quotes about justice in the walls and beautiful stained glass windows, is a branch of the New York Public Library. It is a library...

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Forbes Galleries

Schedule:           Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

                          Thursdays:  reserved for groups - requires reservations

Admission:          Free admission


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New York City Chocolate Lover's Walking Tour

Starting point: In front of Chelsea Market

Date: Saturday

Check Out: Variable

Duration: 2 hours


In this tour of Manhattan take him to a relaxing stroll through Meatpacking District and Greenwich Village and visit some of the best boutiques and chocolate desserts in New York City.

Your guide will accompany you during the two hours of travel, narrating the stories of neighborhoods and...

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Haunted Gay Greenwich Village Piano Bar Pub Crawl

Starting point: Julius' Bar

Date: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Departure time: 5:30 pm

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes


Enjoy a historical stroll through Greewich Village on the legendary Stonewall Inn and many other relevant places that gave rise to the movement for gay rights.

As the tour progresses learn about some poets, actors, writers and dancers who are still spotting these city...

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