Greenwich Village, New York City, NY, USA
In the heart of the Big Apple
Washington Arch, seen in many a movie, which used to act as a frame to the twin towers of the World Trade
Center prior to 11th September 2001.
Greenwich Village, New York City or GVNY is set in the heart of New York City, in Lower Manhattan, it is a dynamic and fascinating area has many common themes with Greenwich, England .
Greenwich Village is bounded by 14th Street to the north, Houston Street to the south, the Hudson River to the west and Broadway to the east. An intimate and small "town" in a sprawling metropolis that is beloved by artists, writers and actors.
Coffee-houses and jazz clubs are the hall-marks of the easy-going Village lifestyle. Here you will find antiques and book shops, clothing boutiques and small cafes where locals gather.
Take a photographic trip around the village "Getting Cool in Hot Greenwich Village".
Feeling energetic? You could take a Radical Walking Tour or practice Aikido
The less energetic can listen to the Greenwich
Village Singers or browse around the Village
Music Guide . Read about Suzanne Vega -
"The Poet Of Greenwich Village"
See the fictious store in 'Greenwich Village' from 'Bob Dylan 's Highway 61 Interactive'.
Or see the man himself, Bob Dylan, on his way to breakfast with friends. Greenwich Village, New York, 1963.
Read all about in the comprehensive Greenwich Village - The Guide
Feeling hungry find the places to eat in Greenwich Village from the Paperless Guide to New York.
and don't forget the annual Greenwich Village Cheese and Bean Festival
Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes rode the Money Train with to Greenwich Village then they deleted the web-site!
There is also a Greenwich Street which runs to the north of Battery Park at the southern tip of Manhattan in the heart of the Financial District of New York City.