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NewFest is New York’s premier LGBT film, media and arts organisations. It provides a platform for LGBT filmmakers and storytellers.
In October 2018 NewFest hosted the 30th New York LGBT Film Festival. Over 140 films and events took place and 12,000 people attended.
There are talks and film viewings throughout the year. Check their website for more details.
26 Wooster St, New York | map
weekday: Weds: 12:00-18:00 Thursday: 12:00-20:00
weekend: Fri, Sat & Sun: 12:00-18:00
Located in SoHo, New York, the Leslie-Lohman Museum is dedicated to presenting art by or reflecting the lives of LGBT+ people. The permanent collection includes works by major gay artists such as Andy Warhol, David Hockney and also lesser known artists.
You’ll find a bit of everything here from avant-garde paintings, rare pulp novels and private *adult content* collections. Many of the artworks on display embody the gay experience throughout modern history. The shame, the pride, the isolation and everything in between.
The fact that such a museum now exists, loud and proud, in the heart of New York shows you how far we’ve come. Oh, and yes, there are loads of pictures of hot guys.
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In Midtown New York. Recently renovated Popular with gay guests. | click here
Very central. Near the best shops, Greenwich Village gay scene. | click here
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Near the new gay nightlife and close to Central Park
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Iconic New York location and near all the theaters of Broadway
233 Fifth Avenue (@ 27th Street) New York, New York City | map
weekday: Mon-Thurs: 10:30-23:00
weekend: Fri-Sat: 10:30-00:00 Sun: 10:30-23:00
The Museum Of Sex opened on Fifth Avenue in 2002. It was the first dedicated sex museum in the world. From the bordellos of the 19th-century to gay bathhouses and Madonna’s Sex Book, this museum presents the history of sex in America and beyond.
It’s a must-see when you’re in New York City. There are regular guided tours of the museum’s highlights, as well as guided walking tours of NYC’s hidden sexual history.
Fascinating exhibitions are held exploring many different topics – from trans punk-pop artists to rare works of erotica.
nearest station : 28 Street Subway
250 W 52nd St, New York | map
The Cher Show is a musical tribute to the most enduring star in the pop firmament. Cher’s been having hits and flashing her, um, talent for six decades. The show’s tagline is, “Superstars come and go but Cher is forever.”
That’s very true for one simple reason: she’s Cher, bitch. So snap out of it and get yourself down to the Neil Simon Theatre for a night of glitz and glam.
It takes three actresses to play Cher – she won’t be appearing herself! She has however helped to produce this show so it’s thoroughly Cher-approved.
The musical covers her early years with Sonny and comes right up to the present day. You’ll be signing and dancing along to 35 Cher classics.
61 Christopher St, New York | map
The Duplex is a historic theatre and piano bar in the heart of Greenwich Village. Long a gay-popular venue, it helped to launch the careers of Joan Rivers and Barbra Streisand. It’s the home of New York cabaret and one of the major off-Broadway performance spaces.
There are regular drag shows on throughout the week. You can hang out in the Piano Bar and maybe even sing something if you’re brave.
The Duplex demonstrates that bohemia isn’t quite dead yet.
nearest station : 9th Street
1000 5th Ave, New York, New York | map
weekday: Mon-Thurs: 10:00-17:30
weekend: Fri: 10:00-21:00 Sat: 10:00-21:00 Sun: 10:00-17:30
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2019-03-08 until 2019-03-08 Wild and Weird Met Museum - Join a two-hour gay tour of the Met and discover its greatest oddities. From the charms of witch doctors to jars where the Egyptians kept mummified lungs, you'll see many thrilling and chilling objets d'art. - The Met Museum, 1000 5th Ave, New York, NY 10028, USA, New York - from 18:00add a review & photos
One of the world’s biggest and greatest museums, The Met contains 5000 years worth of art. It’s also where the Met Gala is held, probably the most exclusive society event of the year.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art contains many glimpses of gay history. There are homoerotic artworks from ancient Greece, intense and erotic paintings by Caravaggio and modern works by Gertrude Stein. You can also see artworks of the Emperor Hadrian and his boyfriend, Antinous.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is a great place to expand your mind and discover many of the most beautiful and significant artworks.
nearest station : 86 Street
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