New York City's Greenwich Village is rich with queer history and culture. The location of Stonewall Inn, the 1969 riots sparked the equal rights movement. Now a national monument, it's drawing more tourists than ever to see the streets walked and establishments frequented by some of our country's queer pioneers.
The National Parks Conservation Association recently released a digital map for the first formal walking tour of the Stonewall National Monument. The self-guided LGBT history tour offers a glimpse at some of the places that were instrumental to the movement. From the Stonewall Inn to the former Oscar Wilde Bookshop and the headquarters of the now-dissolved Mattachine Society.
The map is free to download from the National Parks Conservation Association.