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The GLBT History Museum *

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.

Tags: Photography, Mixed Gay/Lesbian, Archives, Cultural Interest, Art, 49 Places That Make Us Proud 2012, 49 Places That Make Us Proud 2013

4127 18th St (Between Castro & Collingwood Sts.)
San Francisco, CA 94114
The Castro

(415) 621-1107
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