Cambridge LGBTQ+ Visionaries Walking Tour

  • 2 Hours
  • Max Guests: 20
  • All Year Round


Join us on our Cambridge LGBTQ+ Visionaries Walking Tour! On this tour around Cambridge, we will learn about the many ‘firsts’ in LGBTQ+ organizing and the LGBTQ+ rights movement by visiting historic sites and exploring the stories of activists that paved the way before us.

Along this tour, you’ll see where the first same-sex marriages in the country took place, learn about a Black feminist organizing collective, visit the location where the earliest women and queer studies courses occurred, and hear about advocacy for LGBTQ+ students in public schools. Sites include Cambridge City Hall, YWCA Cambridge, the Cambridge Public Library, and more.

Available for public and private tour groups! Looking for availability? Contact us!

Price Includes

  • A walk through the historic Cambridge neighborhood
  • Photo opportunities at iconic LGBTQ+ sites
  • A friendly, engaging, local LGBTQ+ guide

Price Excludes

  • Transportation
  • Gratuities
Meeting Spot



Where will the tour start?

We will meet outside the front of Cambridge City Hall (795 Massachusetts Avenue) by the rainbow benches. You’ll see them before the stairs that lead to the main entrance.

Where will the tour end?

We will end in the heart of Harvard Square where there’s plenty of restaurants, bookstores, and other sights to continue your day. The square is just a short walk from the Charles River with scenic views of the Cambridge and Boston area.

How do I get to the tour?

We’ve got you covered! Getting to the tour couldn’t be easier.

Bus Service:
1 or 70 bus to Mass Ave./Prospect St.

Train Service:
MBTA Red Line to Central Square

How often are tours offered?

For a list of available dates, you can view our calendar. To schedule a private tour, please contact us.

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