Tours and Events
Inside the Doolan-Larson Residence. Photo courtesy of Christopher Michel.
Take an In-Person Tour
2017 marked the 50th anniversary of the “Summer of Love,” when tens of thousands of idealistic young people converged in San Francisco, and particularly the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, to participate in what would become known as “counterculture.” A time of great societal change, the 1960s and 1970s witnessed the rise of various social movements, including the Free Speech Movement, Student Movement, Civil Rights Movement, Women’s Rights Movement, Anti‐War Movement, and Anti‐Nuclear Movement, as well as Gay Liberation, the Sexual Revolution, drug experimentation, anti‐establishment attitudes, the rise of “hippie” subculture, and a strong interest in spiritual and artistic activities.
To take a virtual tour of the upper floors of the Doolan-Larson Residence, see below (captured in 2018):
There are currently no scheduled events.