HISTORIC SITES

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

Stores & Businesses
HISTORIC SITES

189 Bleecker Street

San Remo Café

The San Remo Café was a Greenwich Village Italian restaurant and bar that became a famous Bohemian hangout in the... Learn More

Bars, Clubs & Restaurants
HISTORIC SITES

239-247 West 45th Street

Music Box Theater

Opened in 1920, the Music Box Theater has staged multiple productions involving major LGBT performers and creators, including Ethel Waters,... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

9 St. Luke's Place

Arthur Laurents & Tom Hatcher Residence

Playwright, screenwriter, librettist, and director Arthur Laurents lived in this house, with Tom Hatcher, his partner of 52 years, from... Learn More

Residences
HISTORIC SITES

West 45th Street

Booth Theater

Opened in 1913, the Booth Theater has been associated with major LGBT performers and creators that include Jill Esmond, Noel... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

235-243 West 44th Street

Broadhurst Theater

Opened in 1918, the Broadhurst Theater has staged multiple productions involving major LGBT performers and creators, including the play The Green... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

235 East 58th Street

Buffie Johnson Residence / Tennessee Williams Residence

From 1942 to 1950, painter Buffie Johnson lived in this building, purchasing it in 1943. Johnson was a prominent figure... Learn More

Residences
HISTORIC SITES

243-259 West 52nd Street

August Wilson Theater (originally Guild Theater)

Opened in 1925 as the Guild Theater and renamed the ANTA Playhouse in 1950 and the Virginia Theater in 1981,... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

1 West 72nd Street

Dakota Apartments

The Dakota, the famed apartment building on Central Park West, has long been a home for celebrities, including notable LGBT... Learn More

Residences