Black Paw Photo brings Google Street View Inside Webster Hall!
A selection of still photos from our NYC shoot at the famous Webster Hall
Webster Hall was built in 1886 and designed by respected and renowned architect Charles Rentz. It was the home where original bohemians such as Emma Goldman, Marcel DuChamp, and Margaret Sangor threw elaborate costume balls to benefit various social and political causes. This rich history helped mold the reputation of Greenwich Village as we all know it today. Some even credit Webster Hall with spawning the birth of the modern nightclub.
Now owned and operated by the Ballinger family from Toronto, Canada – Webster Hall remains one of NYC’s premiere night spots. Melding state of the art audio, lighting, and video with the essence of the past – the venue serves as an everlasting source of entertainment and leisure in New York’s evening scene. So the next time you visit the big city, be sure to plan a night out at Webster Hall and — don’t leave before midnight or you’ll miss the live trapeze act over the main dance floor. No nets ladies and gents, just pure entertainment.
We also created the Google Virtual tour for The Studio at Webster Hall!
Google+ Local Page: Webster Hall
Webster Hall is located at the following address:
125 E 11th St
New York, NY 10003