Plaque in Golden Swan Park at corner of West 4th St. and Avenue of the Americas. It is the same West 4th St. that Bob Dylan sings about and lived on.

Plaque in Golden Swan Park at corner of West 4th St. and Avenue of the Americas. It is the same West 4th St. that Bob Dylan sings about and lived on.

Big reason folks like the Beats and Bob Dylan came to the Village was to follow in the achieving creative footsteps of folks like Eugene O'Neill.

As the plaque above says, the bar that was the inspiration for "The Iceman Cometh" and the off Broadway venue that hosted its premiere were both in Greenwich Village.

The Beats and Bob Dylan Walking Tour passes by this corner and many other important locations in the Village literary canon.

Special holiday tour added Saturday November 28th at 12 noon.  

The location of the former Hell Hole is now a park often used to host recycling efforts.

The location of the former Hell Hole is now a park often used to host recycling efforts.