United States California San Francisco

Haight & Ashbury

Iconic 1960s counterculture nexus renowned for its hippie movement, vintage shops, vibrant murals, and bohemian spirit.
  • 1500 Haight Street
  • (415) 374-7244

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Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco is best known as the birthplace of America's 1960s counterculture movement. Visitors can explore eclectic boutiques, vintage clothing shops, and vibrant murals that pay homage to the area's hippie history. Iconic landmarks like the corner of Haight and Ashbury Streets and the nearby Golden Gate Park remain must-visit spots for those wanting to experience the neighborhood's unique cultural legacy.

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Haight & Ashbury Guides

  • Guide to Haight Ashbury in San Francisco

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    Imagine stepping into a vibrant kaleidoscope of history, culture, and counterculture—welcome to Haight Ashbury, the iconic San Francisco neighborhood that became the birthplace of the '60s hippie movement. Today, it's a treasure trove where Victorian architecture meets tie-dye boutiques, and the air is laced with the scent of incense and fresh coffee. Whether you're a history buff keen to tread the paths of legends, a fashion hunter on the prowl for vintage gems, or simply in search of a unique vibe to soak in, our guide to Haight Ashbury will take you on a journey through its colorful streets, eclectic shops, and must-see spots that continue to celebrate the spirit of peace, love, and rock 'n' roll.