San Francisco has made - and continues to make - an outsized contribution to LGBT rights across the country. The Castro District was the birthplace of the rainbow pride flag, home to the first gay bar with transparent windows, and represented by the first openly gay California official, Harvey Milk, whose life and legacy are inextricably woven into the city and movement, both past and present. This 4-hour tour visits the vibrant history of Milk and the gay rights struggles of the late 60's and on, including Milk's camera shop (now occupied by the Human Rights Campaign), his recorded voice at the LGBT History Museum, and a stop for lunch at an iconic "Stro" cafe among much more. The tour ends at City Hall, a symbolic battleground for marriage equality, to witness same sex couples saying, "I do" under the grand gold dome. What's included: A Mission bicycle and helmet A 4-hour guided tour with 6 destination stops Lunch, with excellent veg/vegan options available Solo riders welcome, but tours with less than 2 guests may be rescheduled or refunded.
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