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GLBT History Museum, San Francisco

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  • Came here with friends, they learned so much about GLBT history. The information is well presented and does not incite or blame. Well worth your time.  more »
  • The GLBT History Museum is a must-see place if you are in the Castro neighborhood. It's a small but very interesting museum that shows the fight that have been led over decades to obtain rights to the...  more »
  • The location downtown Castro District. Castro District is a rainbow throughout the Rainbow flag, cross the pedestrian crossing. A panel of GLBT, photos, videos and many the interesting Museum.
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  • Small but powerful and eye opening exhibition. Walked out 😭. Just wish it was bigger and more audio visual.
  • One of the best things to do on Castro. My friends and I learned a lot about gay history and culture in the bay area, much of which I had no prior knowledge of. Definitely worth the $5 admission.
  • This has great revolving events relating to... you guessed it, GLBT/LGBTQ History
  • I worked here over the summer and it is a great place to work and visit. The museum is located in the heart of the Castro, SF's iconic gayborhood. If you visit be sure to ask for a tour--all the people at the front desk are volunteers!!!!! (: Also be sure to check out Harvey Milk's old camera store-sadly now the HRC, The LGBT placards on Castro street in the sidewalk, the large gay flag hanging in Harvey milk Square, and the rainbow streets. SF IS AMAZING. NO OTHER CITY CAN COMPARE.
  • We paid US$5 each to enter this small museum & found it very small but interesting.