The image map worked well in 1999, but it's more than 17 years later, and at this point, just scroll down to see the text-only links. Don't forget to check out the Off Map places too! And the Coming Soon section.
You can also explore the links as Text-Only.
Please note: A site visitor pointed out that the number for Gerde's Folk City, #9, is in the wrong place. It should be east of Washington Square Park near Mercer Street. It will soon be corrected..
Got a Dylan place you'd like to see added to the tour? Or a photo of a Dylan place that you would like to submit? A correction that you would like me to fix? Please submit these things to email@example.com. Site credit will be given if desired!
The Hotel Chelsea: mentioned in "Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands
206 East 7th Street, Allen Ginsberg's apartment
4th Street, mentioned in "Positively Fourth Street"
Elizabeth Street, mentioned in "Journey Through the Dark Heat" and rumoured to be where Dylan beat up A.J. Weberman
The D Train, mentioned in "Visions of Johanna"
Grand Street, mentioned in "Stuck Inside A Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again"
The Supper Club, site of legendary free show for 200 lucky folks in 1993
Lily Pond Lane: mentioned in "Sara"
Spanish Harlem: mentioned in "Spanish Harlem Incident"
Third Avenue Bridge, Harlem: photographed by Avedon here in 1962
Red Hook, Brooklyn: mentioned in "Joey"
Town Hall: Dylan's 1963 performance at this Manhattan venue made quite a splash in the local music scene; the rest is history.
Big Pink: famous Saugerties abode of Dylan and The Band, site of the legedary Basement Tapes sessions.
Columbia Sound Studios: where Dylan cut his first and subsequent records
Montague Street: mentioned in "Tangled Up In Blue"
President Street: Mentioned in "Joey"
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