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Take an LGBT History Walking Tour of New York's Greenwich Village


The tour takes you to Stonewall and other sites of LGBT significance.

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.

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