If you happen to be in the area for Halloween, the Village Halloween parade is a must see. Not only is it the second largest Halloween parade in the US, it is also so much fun! Thousands of people are in attendance during the parade.
Things To Do In The Village
No matter what you are looking to get into, you are sure to find just what you like in Greenwich Village.
Head down to Broadway and visit Martin Lawrence Galleries. The Gallery is filled with great pieces from the likes of Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, and many other of the world's top artists. It is sure to be enjoyed by the art enthusiast.
Though not as big or nearly as impressive as Central Park, the Washington Square Park is a must-see stop during your visit. Chess is often played in the park, and you can try your hand at the game on the southwest corner of the park against other players. The Arch is also a popular spot for visitors to the park, as is the amazing Fountain on the northern edge of the park. Many other commemorative statues are located inside of the 1,900 acre park.
You should also consider a tour with Foods of New York. For a relatively inexpensive price, you can tour some of the Village's best eateries, as well as enjoy great tastings along the way. They have been offering tours since 1999, and give you all of the information you have ever wanted to know about the best restaurants in the city.