The Haight is a distinct San Francisco neighborhood that evokes images of the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, 1960s-era flower children, and everything “groovy” at the famous corner of Haight and Ashbury. Today, the Haight is moving forward with an eye toward changing demographics and new dining and shopping opportunities, but with a strong hold in its 1960s history.
Visit The Grateful Dead house at 710 Ashbury Street
Take photos on the corner of Haight/Ashbury
Haight Ashbury Street Fair (second Sunday in June)
Things to Do in The Haight
Browse eclectic shops, relax at cafes, visit local sites and take in the wide spectrum of sights and sounds.
Where is The Haight? The main artery is Haight Street extending east from Stanyan Street near Golden Gate Park to Baker Street. Neighborhood boundaries are Stanyan, Oak, Baker and Frederick Streets.
What is the Haight Ashbury Street Fair? The Haight Ashbury Street Fair is a celebrated annual event held the second Sunday of June. The festival features three musical stages, arts and crafts, food booths and children’s activities.