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Historic LGBTQ Sites in NYC
Historic LGBTQ Sites in NYC
New York City's official 2020 Pride parade has been canceled. But you can keep pride alive this year by visiting these iconic LGBTQ landmarks that honor the history and the struggle of the community. (Are we missing your favorite site? Tell us and we'll add it!)
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171 reviews
New York City, NY
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Bars & ClubsGay Bars
Pride@Trip (LGBTQ+ ERG) We had to start this list with this famed bar—the site of the historic Stonewall Riots and the birthplace of the Pride movement. The Stonewall Inn has now become a place of pilgrimage for LGBTQ travelers and it's still a gathering place for assembly and protest.
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37 reviews
New York City, NY
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Historic Walking Areas
Pride@Trip (LGBTQ+ ERG) Yes! Stonewall was declared a National Monument, and a small garden and statues outside Stonewall Inn commemorate the riots and its place in history.
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24 reviews
New York City, NY
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Art MuseumsSpeciality Museums
Pride@Trip (LGBTQ+ ERG) Tiny but mighty, the Leslie-Lohman Museum is the first ever museum devoted to LGBTQ art and artists and speaks to themes that affect the community.
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5 reviews
New York City, NY
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Churches & Cathedrals
Pride@Trip (LGBTQ+ ERG) With the mantra "Justice. Service. Art." Judson Memorial Church is truly a church for everyone. In the '60s and '70s, it was a sanctuary for LGBTQ people and site of political gatherings for "gay liberation."
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73 reviews
Staten Island, NY
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Historic Sites
Pride@Trip (LGBTQ+ ERG) This is the historic home of lesbian photographer Alice Austen who worked in the late 1800s. (Yes, the 1800s!) The museum honors her playful photos and her personal history and the gardens make for a pretty day trip from NYC.
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57 reviews
New York City, NY
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Speciality & Gift Shops
Pride@Trip (LGBTQ+ ERG) A key player in the AIDS crisis, Housing Works continues to be a gathering place for the LGBTQ community, offering support and services to those in need. Readings and events often have an LGBTQ theme.
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32 reviews
New York City, NY
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Pride@Trip (LGBTQ+ ERG) Many travelers and New Yorkers alike assume Stonewall is the oldest gay bar in New York City, but they'd be wrong. Julius is the correct answer, and it's worth coming here to grab a drink.
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6 reviews
New York City, NY
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Historic Sites
Pride@Trip (LGBTQ+ ERG) There are many moving memorials to the AIDS crisis, but this one in Greenwich Village acts as a reminder for the losses felt in this neighborhood and in the city as a whole.
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18 reviews
New York City, NY
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Bars & Clubs
Pride@Trip (LGBTQ+ ERG) NYC has no shortage of gay clubs and rotating parties. But this iconic club has long been a fixture on the city's drag scene that can feel more authentic than the touristy floorshows put on elsewhere.
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