The Haight & Ashbury Tour celebrates birth of the hippie revolution. Learn about how cannabis and LSD were used as counter-culture tools to help fuel the monumental cultural evolution of arts, political policies, compassion, and more!

Dispensary: Yes!  -  Smoking Lounge: No

“An interactive cannabis 101 & history lesson combined with sharing interesting tidbits of SF history featuring the Haight Ashbury district, hippie & summer of love stories.”
— 5 Stars on Yelp - Brian A. (Sacramento, CA)

Description: The Psychedelic Summer of Love Tour starts at the Painted Ladies in Alamo Square. Join Green Guide Tours as we weave through the Haight & Ashbury while discussing how cannabis helped spark a cultural revolution around the world. Learn about the history, politics, and legal policy changes from 1967 onwards.

Price: $9 per guest

Time: 11:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Days: Saturdays

Meeting Location: Alamo Square (Steiner & Grove Street)

Distance: 2.7 Miles

Neighborhoods: Alamo Square, Divisadero, Haight & Ashbury

Suggestions: Wear good walking shoes - Stay hydrated - Bring a light jacket - Eat first - Bring a hat or sunscreen

 See the Painted Ladies on the tour

See the Painted Ladies on the tour

 Relive the hippie revolution!

Relive the hippie revolution!


What You'll See

Painted Ladies

Marijuana Dispensary

Home of the Grateful Dead

Haight & Ashbury

Where Janis Joplin Lived

Head Shops

Medical Marijuana Doctor's Office

and Much More!

What You'll Learn

Ancient History

Religious Purposes

Early Prohibition

Racism & Political Policies

Science of Cannabis

Hippies & the Summer of Love

Growth & Cultivation

and Much More!

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