HISTORIC SITES

2 Fifth Avenue

Larry Kramer Residence / Edie Windsor & Dr. Thea Clara Spyer Residence

Author, playwright, and pioneering activist Larry Kramer resided in this Greenwich Village apartment for over three decades, until his death... Learn More

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16 East 8th Street

Founding of the New York Area Council of the Mattachine Society, Inc. at the Sam Morford Residence

On December 10, 1955, a group of gay men met at Sam Morford’s apartment in this building in Greenwich Village... Learn More

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Ralph Bunche Park

Bayard Rustin Plaque

Many New York City public parks and playgrounds are named in honor of prominent figures in New York City and... Learn More

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28 West 28th Street

Everard Baths

The Everard Baths, one of the most legendary of New York’s bathhouses, was a refuge for gay men probably since... Learn More

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Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center: Metropolitan Opera House

Lincoln Center, a world-class performing arts center, has had close connections to the LGBT community since planning began in the... Learn More

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39 Whitehall Street

Picket in Front of U.S. Army Building, First-Ever U.S. Gay Rights Protest

On September 19, 1964, the very first public demonstration for gay rights in the United States took place outside the... Learn More

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62 Montague Street

Willard Maas & Marie Menken Residence

Bisexual poet-filmmaker-educator Willard Maas and his wife, visual artist-filmmaker Marie Menken, resided in this building from at least 1940 to... Learn More

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Christopher Park

Christopher Park / Stonewall National Monument

Located just across from the Stonewall Inn, Christopher Park has been at the center of the LGBT rights movement since... Learn More

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Lincoln Center Plaza

Lincoln Center: Damrosch Park

The outdoor performance space at the southwest corner of Lincoln Center has served New York City since its opening in... Learn More

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Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center: New York State Theater

Lincoln Center, a world-class performing arts center, has had close connections to the LGBT community since planning began in the... Learn More

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Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center: Philharmonic Hall

Lincoln Center, a world-class performing arts center, has had close connections to the LGBT community since planning began in the... Learn More

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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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