Grateful Dead House
Haight & Ashbury
This legendary intersection was the epicenter of the psychedelic '60s and remains a counterculture magnet. On average Saturdays here you...
Was it the fall of 1966 or the winter of ’67? As the Haight saying goes, if you can remember the Summer of Love, man, you probably...
Buena Vista Park
True to its name, this park founded in 1867 offers splendid vistas over the city to Golden Gate Bridge as a reward for hiking up the...
Blame it on the bossa nova or the Deluxe Spa Collins (gin, cucumber, ginger, mint, lemon and soda). Admission is either free or $5 for...
Organic pub grub and homebrew samplers keep conversation flowing at communal tables, while grass-fed Prather Ranch burgers satisfy...
710 Ashbury St · interesting places nearby
Grateful Dead House information
Like surviving members of the Grateful Dead, this purple Victorian sports a touch of gray – but during the Summer of Love, this was where Jerry Garcia and bandmates blew minds, amps and brain cells. After their 1967 drug bust, the Dead held a press conference here arguing for decriminalization, claiming if everyone who smoked marijuana were arrested, San Francisco would be empty.