Nation's first museum dedicated to Queer history
The GLBT History Museum houses changing exhibitions from the archives of San Francisco's GLBT Historical Society. Located among the shops and bars of the Castro, the museum displays objects, photographs, documents and video that reflect 100 years of the city's queer past. The museum also regularly offers public programs: author talks, panel discussions, film showings and other events.
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DharmaGettin gave this placeMust Revisit From Time To TimeOur LGBTQI history is so rich, juicy, passionate, important, and necessary! I make it a point to revisit this amazing space as often as I can. Their exhibits are great. Their staff are friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful. And their admission is still affordable! Not to mention their amazing location, smack dab in the center of the gayborhood! Make sure to visit the GLBT History Museum at least 4 times a year. Don't let our history slip away into forgotten-ness-land.
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