Harvey Milk Plaza
Harvey Milk Plaza is a transit plaza at the Castro Muni Metro station commemorating Harvey Milk in the Castro District. Harvey Milk plaza is also where the largest flagpole in the city flies a rainbow flag.
This famed San Francisco movie palace is known for screening films that reflect the diversity of queer stories from across the globe. This is also where the annual LGBT film festival takes place.
Cliff's Variety has gifts for all ages and interests, from hammers and nails, to household and gift needs. Take a piece of San Francisco home with you to remember where you left your heart.
Learn about LGBTQ culture at the first stand-alone museum of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender history and culture in the U.S. The museum's archives demonstrates the imprtance of queer history to the public with an emphasis on diversity and social justice.
Rainbow Honor Walk
Also known as San Francisco's LGBT Walk of Fame, this sidewalk features bronze star plaques honoring 20 individuals who have made contributions to the gay rights movement, like Keith Haring, Allen Ginsberg, Jane Addams and many others.
Grab a bite at Finn Town, rooted in the historic Castro district. Locals and visitors can feel right at home at this friendly tavern that features a vibrant happy hour and a locally curated menu.
El Rio began in 1978 as a Leather Brazilian Gay Bar and has continued to foster its multicultural and diverse values since its doors opened. Looking for an upbeat outdoor bar for mingling and dancing? El Rio is the perfect spot. This LGBTQ space hosts happy hours seven days a week and live entertainment for all.
Put your dancing shoes on for a night at the internationally acclaimed nightclub, OASIS. Their diverse roster of programming includes drag stars, cabaret and performing artists, live musical acts, and DJs. Learn about a San Francisco drag legend, Heklina, who performs regularly at OASIS.
Located in the SoMa district is The Stud, a queer bar that specializes in killer cocktails, intriguing drag shows, and some of the city's liveliest parties. Some of the queer icons who have appeared at The Stud include: Lady Gaga, Etta James, RuPaul, and many others. Learn more from bartender, performer, and owner, VivvyAnne ForeverMORE!