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1214 Masonic Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94117

Embrace Your Inner Flower Child in Haight-Ashbury

Known as the birthplace of 60s hippie counterculture and famous for housing the likes of Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, and the Grateful Dead, Haight-Ashbury remains a cultural powerhouse in San Francisco to this day. The neighborhood has retained the sense of independence on which it was founded; its residents are dedicated to preserving its vibrant hippie vibe, and its eclectic shops and restaurants offer some of the most truly unique experiences in the city. In the heart of San Francisco and close to other famous attractions, such as Golden Gate Park, Haight-Ashbury is not to be overlooked!

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Key Features of Haight-Ashbury

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Vibrant culture & history

Although a relatively small neighborhood, Haight-Ashbury is not short on culture! Known for its legendary 1967 “Summer of Love”, Haight-Ashbury helped to launch the careers of psychedelic rock bands like the Grateful Dead. It later served as a center for comedy and hosted up-and-coming performers like Robin Williams and Whoopi Goldberg. Today, the Haight-Ashbury Street Fair still attracts thousands of people to the neighborhood.

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Beautiful outdoor spaces

San Francisco is known for its natural beauty, and Haight-Ashbury is right in the midst of it. The neighborhood sits along the eastern edge of Golden Gate Park, where you can find an enormous variety of attractions and activities—like the California Academy of Sciences, a Japanese tea garden, a botanical garden, a golf course, a bison paddock, a polo field, and miles of walking, hiking, and biking paths. The neighborhood is also directly west of Buena Vista Park and south of the narrow Panhandle park.

Haight-Ashbury at a Glance


  • Colorful Victorians
  • Home prices tend to start over $1,000,000


  • Long-time favorite record stores, consignment shops, and bars
  • Iconic landmarks like the former Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane houses

Key Features of Haight-Ashbury

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Haight-Ashbury is home to a unique collection of both historic and modern shops, many of which pay homage to the counterculture days of the neighborhood’s past. Visit Amoeba Records for a vintage-inspired culture trip, or Jammin On Haight to shop for authentic tie dye. You’ll also find a number of clothing stores, bookstores, consignment stores, and other hole-in-the-wall corners to explore.

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Haight-Ashbury is also home to quite an array of eateries, from fast-casual pizza joints to sit-down Mexican restaurants to Asian diners. For the most part, restaurants in the area are inexpensive and casual. There are also quite a number of bars and lounges in the neighborhood, including breweries, bars, and even clubs.

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One of the best ways to experience Haight-Ashbury is just to get out and walk it. Explore its iconic painted Victorian homes. Browse its eclectic shops and businesses. Grab a bite at a local restaurant. Take the Haight-Ashbury Flower Power Walking Tour, or even hop on the Magic Bus for a truly immersive historical experience.

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