Fun & enlightening historical LGBT tour with the Castro's premier tour company since 1989! The most comprehensive, cultural LGBT tour available and entails the past, present and future of civil rights in San Francisco as well as, the United States..
Group tours are intimate (no large crowds), personalized and the ONLY tour conducted by a professional tour guide, local resident and LGBT community activist.
Rated a "Hall of Fame Tour" by TripAdvisor! Winner of the "Certificate of Excellence since 2011.
- Explore the many historical, diverse and colorful sites of San Francisco's Castro neighborhood, known as one of the largest LGBT community in the world
- Visit the many vibrant sites on this informative 2 hour walking tour that emphasized how the Castro community plays a crucial role in the LGBT history
- Learn how San Francisco's Gold Rush, World War II, the arrival of civil rights leader, Harvey Milk, the birth of the Rainbow Flag and the AIDS epidemic, created the heart and soul of the Castro's LGBT culture
- Walk along with the legendary Rainbow Honor Walk, bronze sidewalk plaques honoring famous LGBT people, whom have made significant world-wide contributions to both history and society
- Stop by landmark locations:
Harvey Milk Plaza, camera shop, library and Civil Rights Academy
America's first Rainbow Flag, Pink Triangle Memorial Park & GLBT History
The AIDS Quilt - Names Project
Lavender Youth Recreation & Information Center
Hank's "Infamous" Billy Doll Collection
The Human Rights Campaign Action Center
Many colorful murals, bars, shops, restaurants and neighbors!
- Tour route is super easy with no large hills to climb and public walkways are handicap accessible
- Tours contain adult and sexual contents
$29.99 per person
Note: The exact location will be disclosed once the host has accepted your request.
* Local resident
* Professional Tour Guide
* LGBT Community Activist
* Founding and current Board Member of the Rainbow Honor Walk