Mapping NYC's Historic and Cultural LGBTQ+ Sites
on 25 April 2017
NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project has just launched an interactive map that pinpoints 100+ significant political and cultural sites across all the five boroughs. Of course, there's Julius’ Bar and Truman Capote’s apartment in Brooklyn Heights, but also lesser-known spots like Alice Austen’s house on Staten Island and the now-closed Everard Baths—which was a refuge for gay men since opening in 1888. Take a peek and explore the city in a different way.