Discover the incredible past and present of The Castro, which remains to this day a hotbed of LGBT or Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual and Transgender culture and rights. In two hours, you'll cover San Francisco's beginnings in the Gold Rush, up through the Civil Rights Era and Harvey Milk's legacy. Visit the Harvey Milk Plaza, the Civil Rights Academy, the original site of the AIDS Names Quilt Project, and The Castro Theater. You'll see Pink Triangle Memorial Park, which honors homosexuals persecuted in WWII, and the Rainbow Honor Walk, which pays tribute to famous LGBTs in history. There are few neighborhoods more important to LGBT history. It's time to find out why.
Booking Note: Tours meet at the Rainbow Flag pole at the corner of Castro & Market Street above the Harvey Milk Plaza and the Castro MUNI underground rail station and across from the "F" Line streetcar.
What to expect
- Explore The Castro, a Gay Mecca and epicenter of LGBT rights and culture
- Learn about the neighborhood's history and iconic cultural events
- Visit the "Hope For A Cure"Mural, Harvey Milk's camera shop, and Pink Triangle Memorial Park
- Check out the Rainbow Honor Walk and other historic sights
About this Activity
|Price||$28.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||2 hours|
There are no refunds; all sales are final. Tours operate rain or shine.