Walking Tour: Summer of Peace, Love, and Anti-War

Meet at McKinley Statue in Panhandle (at Baker)

      A meandering journey through the Haight-Ashbury and environs, revisiting highlights of the 1966-68 period, focused on the Anti-war movement and the various cultural eruptions that the media labeled “Summer of Love” but for those who lived it, was a more complicated intersection of cultural and political revolutionary aspirations.

Tour ends around 3 pm at Hippie Hill (GG park)