LGBTQ+ History, Neighborhood and Pub Tour of Greenwich Village

Starting at
$79

Explore the famous LGBTQ+ history of Greenwich Village with a local NYC guide by your side. See Stonewall Inn, the place where the gay rights movement kicked off in 1969, enjoy a drink in the city’s oldest known gay bar and grab an ice-cream covered in rainbow sprinkles at the city’s sauciest ice-cream parlor!

LGBTQ+ History, Neighborhood and Pub Tour of Greenwich Village Highlights

  • Drink at the oldest gay bar in NYC and sing with the locals at a café where many Broadway stars go to croon at the piano
  • Visit the location where ‘the shot glass that was heard around the world’ was thrown: Stonewall Inn, the gay bar that launched the civil rights movement for LGBTQ+ people back in 1969
  • Celebrate gay history at Big Gay Ice Cream; a fancy cone is included in your tour!
  • Tour the iconic West Village where celebrities, writers, provocateurs and social justice warriors used to call home (and see where they used to live and work)

Schedule details

  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Meeting point: Washington Square Arch in Washington Square, NYC
  • Starting time: 4.00 PM
  • Ending point: Marie’s Crisis Café, 59 Grove Street