In 1967, the Haight Ashbury neighborhood hosted the "Summer of Love," a celebration of freedom, free love and free-spirited drug use. It was a brief moment in modern history with a legacy that still reverberates fifty years later.
Come explore the places and people that inspired hippies, the anti-war movement, Flower Power and a mistrust government.
This historic walk provides a contemporary lens to examine the zeitgeist of '67 and the impact it had on youth, music, culture and San Francisco.
About Your Guide
When I was a kid growing up in Central California, San Francisco was a pulsing metropolis - the place to be. SF had all the best concerts, all the creativity, all the food, all the best stories. Now that I live in SF all these years later, I still feel that way.
I find humor in things i probably shouldn't. I love being outdoors, taking photographs, shopping for cheese and exploring the world through my rambunctious children's eyes.