HISTORIC SITES

181-189 Second Avenue

Peter Hujar Residence & Studio / David Wojnarowicz Residence & Studio

Photographer Peter Hujar was barely recognized in his lifetime but, since his death due to AIDS-related pneumonia in 1987, he... Learn More

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curated themes

15 Sites

Art & Architecture

This curated collection highlights the many ways in which LGBT people have helped shape the built environment of New York City, from sculptor Emma Stebbins’s iconic Angel of the Waters statue in... Learn More

HISTORIC SITES

181-189 Second Avenue

Louis N. Jaffe Art Theater / Club 181 / Phoenix Theater

The Louis N. Jaffe Art Theater, a former Yiddish theater, was the location of the Mafia-controlled Club 181 (1945-51), known... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

Christopher Street Pier

Greenwich Village Waterfront

For over a century, the Greenwich Village waterfront along the Hudson River, including the Christopher Street Pier at West 10th... Learn More

Public Spaces
HISTORIC SITES

116 7th Avenue South

Stewart’s Cafeteria

Stewart’s Cafeteria, later the Life Cafeteria, was located in this Greenwich Village building in the 1930s and attracted a bohemian... Learn More

Bars, Clubs & Restaurants
HISTORIC SITES

141 Ridge Street

Martin Wong Residence & Studio

Martin Wong was a Chinese-American artist and influential figure in the 1980s and early 1990s downtown arts scene. While living... Learn More

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