Join us on our Village Pride Walking Tour! On this tour around Greenwich Village, we will visit historic sites where revolutions began, riots were sparked, and history was made.
We will see common threads within the LGBTQ+ generations who have lived life in New York City, sharing their stories throughout the tour. You’ll also learn more about individual stories of Queer activists and the major political and social movements that have shaped the LGBTQ+ community over time.
Sites include the historic Stonewall Inn, the Gay Liberation Monument, the NYC AIDS Memorial, the LGBT Community Center, and more.
We will meet at McCarthy Square in Greenwich Village, across from Morandi Restaurant, located at 211 Waverly Place. You know you’re in the right spot when you see all the birdhouses!
We will end at the LGBT Community Center at 208 W 13th Street. Inside the Center is a coffee shop and an LGBTQ+ book store, so make sure you leave some time to browse!
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The Village is an iconic neighborhood in New York City, and some of the main attractions are visited on this tour, including the Stonewall Inn and Gay Street. The tour is also close to Washington Square Park, Union Square, Chelsea Market, the High Line, and the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Of course! Here are our favorite post-tour lunch spots in the neighborhood:
Guests of our Village Pride tour will receive 15% off from any item at the West Village location of Partners Coffee, located right across from where we begin our tour! Just show your tour confirmation to your barista on the same day as your tour.
Partners Coffee is a specialty coffee roaster based out of Brooklyn with an unwavering commitment to sourcing and roasting quality coffee. Since 2020, Partners Coffee has donated thousands of dollars to The LGBT Community Center in Manhattan and has supported social justice movements through donations to organizations including the Asian American Foundation, The North Brooklyn Mutual Aid Fund, North Brooklyn Angels, and the Prospect Park Alliance.