Pride Tours NYC's LGBTQ Historical Walking Tour
If you're looking to explore the history of the LGBTQ+ community in New York City, the Pride Tours NYC's LGBTQ Historical Walking Tour is where you want to be. Taking place in the heart of Greenwich Village, this walking tour offers a glimpse into the historic landmarks that have played an important role in the LGBTQ+ movement, such as the Stonewall Inn.
As you walk through the neighborhood with an experienced guide, you'll learn about the struggles and triumphs of the movement, as well as its impact on the city and the country as a whole. You'll hear stories of influential figures such as Harvey Milk and Marsha P. Johnson, and visit landmarks like the Gay Liberation Monument and the LGBT Community Center.
The tour takes approximately two hours and covers about 1.5 miles of walking, so make sure to wear comfortable shoes. You'll also want to bring a camera to capture the beautiful architecture and historic landmarks along the way.
In addition to the historical significance of the tour, it's also a great opportunity to meet people in the community and connect with like-minded individuals.
The Pride Tours NYC's LGBTQ Historical Walking Tour is not just educational, it's also a fun and unique way to experience New York City. Whether you're a local or a visitor, this tour is a must-see for anyone interested in the history of the LGBTQ+ movement. Book your spot today and take a step back in time to explore this important and dynamic community.
|Pride Historical Tour|
|Available 12/10/2023 until 11/30/2024 View Detailed Schedule|
|Time options vary|