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New York is one of the world’s most visited cities for a reason. You’ll no doubt want to see a much as you can when you’re in town. A City Pass is a great way to maximise your experience of the city. In one payment you’ll get access to most of the key attractions:
A City Pass will save you a lot of bucks – it’s far more expensive to pay for multiple attractions separately. It will remain valid for 9 days.
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This is a great tour if you’re in New York for WorldPride 2019. You’ll explore many of the key landmarks of the city, including, Battery Park, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Wall Street, 911 Ground Zero Tour plus 911 Museum and Freedom Tower and Federal Hall.
The tour departs from 24 State St at 10:30 am.
Bus hostess Anita Buffem takes you for a two-hour tour of New York’s gay history. You’ll venture through Hell’s Kitchen, packed as it is with gay bars, and then cruise through Central Park (ahem) and visit the Ansonia Hotel – this is where Bette Midler was discovered when she was performing in gay bathhouses, earning her the soubriquet, Bathhouse Betty.
You’ll also see the Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Times Square, Chelsea and Greenwich Village.
Departs from 777 8th Ave, New York, NY 10036, USA at 7:00 PM.
Join a gay walking tour of Greenwich Village, the home of the Stonewall Inn. You’ll discover the stories of the queer activists and social movements that have shaped gay life in New York since the 1969 Stonewall Uprising.
You’ll visit key sites in LGBT+ history, including Stonewall Inn, Christopher Park, the NYC AIDS Memorial, and the LGBT Community Center.
The tour departs from McCarthy Square.
Step into the heart of LGBTQ+ history by touring through Greenwich Village, a historic neighborhood for the Gay Liberation movement of the 1970s. Learn about the movement that changed the face of America as you walk amongst historic locations, such as Christopher Street and iconic bars like the Stonewall Inn, Julius’ and Marie’s Crisis. This is an informative and uplifting way to learn about an important chapter in American cultural and social history.
Professor Andrew Lear is a world-renowned scholar. He’s an expert on same-sex love in the ancient world. He also studies the Renaissance, medieval Japan, and fin-de-siècle England. He teaches at Harvard, Columbia and NYU.
You can join him for a two-hour walking tour of the West Village. You’ll learn about New York’s gay history, stretching back to the 19th-century and the life of poet Walt Whitman. The West Village has been a hub of bohemia and counterculture ever since then. You’ll discover the life and times of the Beats, Harvey Firestein, the Stonewall Inn and more.
He also leads gay history tours of the Metropolitan Museum.
Join an intimate walking tour and discover New York’s gay history. You’ll be wandering around Greenwich Village with a local guide and learning about key gay landmarks, such as Stonewall Inn, Christopher Park, the AIDS Memorial, and LGBT Community Center. These tours are for individuals or groups of less than ten.
The tours take around 2-hours and run on a donation basis.
Urban Adventures have put together an LGBT+ history tour to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising. This three-hour tour includes a trip to the oldest gay bar in New York, the Oscar Wilde Memorial Bookshop, Stonewall Inn and more. You’ll learn about the bohemian history of Greenwich Village and see where the gay liberators lived near Washington Square Park.
The trip will end a popular piano bar where Broadway stars often give impromptu performances.
Why go on a day trip when you can go on a gay trip? Gay Trippers NYC is a New York-based gay bus tour company. All of the trips depart from the supremely gay Hells Kitchen on 45th Street and 10th Avenue. Check out their website to see what tours they have planned. From gay cooking classes to gay ski weekends, you’ll find an alternative to the bars and circuit parties, meet new people and see new places.
They can also plan private tours and help to organise parties.
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