San Francisco hippie culture city game and private tour
- See the homes of music legends Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, and The Grateful Dead
- Visit the Panhandle and Golden Gate Park, the location of many peaceful demonstrations
- Discover the impact that hippie subculture had on the art, music and social landscape of America
- Play a fun city exploration game using your smartphone
- Start the game at any hour and can pause it whenever you want
Play a city game where you will follow clues to discover the rich history of San Francisco’s iconic neighborhood Haight Ashbury, the epicenter of the 1967 Summer of Love.
Relive the revolutionary youth-led movement that was characterized by hippie counterculture, freedom of expression, and social justice. Visit the locations in which music legends like Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, and The Grateful Dead performed free concerts, the homes where these iconic figures resided, and the parks where thousands of young people participated in peaceful demonstrations.
You’re a private investigator, hired by the family of missing 19-year-old Lana Bailey. Fed up with her conservative family’s rigid rules, Lana fled to San Francisco to experience the 1967 Summer of Love and her family need you to bring her home.
You must immerse yourself in the hippie subculture and gain the trust of those around you. As you make your way around Haight-Ashbury, you meet eccentric characters, stumble upon free music concerts, and learn about tolerant values.