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Virtual LGBTQ Pride Pub Crawl

History of the LGBTQ rights movement in NYC

Cost 1-25 People
Cost 26-50 People
Cost 51-100 People


This Virtual LGBTQ History Tour features a pub crawl through the historic and fabulous bars of NYC’s Greenwich Village/West Village.

Interested to make this a virtual outing for your company, friends or family? Just contact Lauren for details!

Virtual Happy Hour Tour: LGBTQ History in NYC

The 1969 Stonewall Riots in Greenwich Village are widely considered to be the genesis of the modern gay rights movement. See 100 years of LGBTQ history mapped throughout NYC on this interactive virtual experience.

We “visit” five iconic and historic bars including Stonewall, Cubbyhole, and Julius’. AND we play trivia games and a drinking game called Cheers Queers!

From Billie Holiday, Andy Warhol, Marsha P Johnson to RuPaul, there’s a raucous, righteous, roaring good time to be had here for LGBTQ folx and allies. Travel through time and space from the comfort of your own home or wherever you make the party happen! Don’t let the pandemic rain on your Pride Parade!

Bring your friends and grab some drinks and get ready to discover the places that the LGBTQ community built, some dating all the way back to the 19th century. From secret societies to the Stonewall riots, the history of the LGBTQ community has deep roots in this neighborhood.


Quick Details about this Virtual NYC Tour:

What: live guided history of the LGBTQ movement and virtual tour of where it all happened: West Village/Greenwich Village NYC

Where: Zoom!

When: Wednesday, July 22 from 6-7pm EST

Location: Manhattan (Virtual)

Duration: 90 minutes

Cost: FREE!

Enjoy some of New York City’s rich history virtually, with a local!

On this tour we will discuss:

  • Stonewall Riots
  • Stonewall National Monument
  • Cherry Lane Theater
  • Oscar Wilde Bookshop
  • Christopher Street’s iconic gay bars
  • NYC Aids Memorial

This tour uncovers a great story as well as some of the best New York City has to offer: great bars, unique history, inclusivity and a diverse community.