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Make your own way to the Castro Pride Flagpole in the heart of the Castro to meet your guide.
Travel to several places relevant to the life and legacy of Harvey Milk, the legendary gay rights activist who was also San Francisco’s first openly gay elected politician. See where he lived and worked, and hear about his contributions to the city and LGBT civil rights.
Take in landmarks including the Pink Triangle Memorial Park, the Rainbow Honor Walk Project, the AIDS Quilt Names Project, and the Human Rights Campaign.
The tour proceeds at a leisurely pace, and the public walkways are wheelchair accessible.
Discover the LGBT history of the Castro district in San Francisco on a guided walking tour led by a longtime resident of the neighborhood. Leave the navigation to your guide, as you explore at least 15 sites of interest and hear detailed commentary about local history and landmarks. You’ll also learn how the Castro continues to play a vital role in LGBT activism and events.
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Reviewed 4 days ago
Fantastic tour, highly recommended
Thanks to Kathy for your amazingly informative and interesting tour. Your passion for our community made me proud but i was never once bored or uninterested. You complete the tour at a nice pace and make it a point to speak to each person on...More
Reviewed 6 days ago
We really enjoyed this tour. Kathy, the tour guide, was knowledgeable and friendly. She shared information about San Francisco in general, and the Castro specifically. She also recommended several restaurants in the area to come back and visit. Highly recommend this tour!
Thank Sharon A
Auckland Central, New Zealand
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Kathy was awesome - skilled and delightful as a tour guide.
There wasn't one person in our tour group who didn't experience a personal conversation with Kathy as we walked the streets of the Castro. Her knowledge and heartfelt sharing of the poignant history of the district was deeply moving and so informative. An experience not...More
Thank Hilary F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Brings the place to life.
We can’t recommend this enough. Kathy spoke with such warmth and humanity it was very humbling. A lovely person with obvious passion for the subject. Sounds a bit corny to say that streets were given energy but that’s exactly how it felt. On a separate...More
Thank Simon H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Must do civil rights tour in SF!
Very happy I booked this tour! Kathy was passionate, knowledgeable, and very friendly. I learned so much about the history of the Castro community. I'm an educator back home and I'm looking forward to sharing my stories when I get back to my students!
Response from JuanjoCruz | Reviewed this property |
If memory does not fail me, my tour ended at the building where Harvey Milk used to have his studio, and that is in the heart of The Castro district. By then you will be able to head different directions to explore on your... More
If memory does not fail me, my tour ended at the building where Harvey Milk used to have his studio, and that is in the heart of The Castro district. By then you will be able to head different directions to explore on your own. It's truly a great experience.