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Visite à pied de l'histoire LGBTQ de San Diego

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Cette visite à pied de 1,1 mile et 1 heure de Hillcrest couvre l'histoire LGBTQ de San Diego avec des histoires de certains de ses premiers bars gays, la plaque des crimes haineux, Harvey Milk Street, le centre, le drapeau arc-en-ciel et bien plus encore. La visite explique comment et pourquoi la migration des bars gays du centre-ville a commencé, comment San Diego et Hillcrest ont attiré une importante population LGBTQ et comment même les bars gays étaient autrefois « fermés ». Vous ne voulez pas manquer de découvrir les personnes, les lieux et les événements qui ont fait du quartier gay de San Diego la communauté dynamique qu'il est aujourd'hui.
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  • Les bébés et les petits enfants peuvent monter dans un landau ou une poussette
  • Tous les domaines et les surfaces sont accessibles en fauteuil roulant
  • Les options de transport sont accessibles en fauteuil roulant
  • Convient à tous les niveaux de condition physique
  • Accessible en fauteuil roulant
  • Les invités doivent être à l'aise tranquillement marcher 1,1 km en 1 heure.
  • Distanciation sociale imposée tout au long de l'expérience
  • Guides requis pour se laver régulièrement les mains
  • Vérifications régulières de la température pour le personnel
  • Paiements sans contact pour les pourboires et ajouter -ons
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Hillcrest
The Hillcrest sign which greets visitors into the neighbourhood high above the intersection of Fifth and University has been a beacon of diversity since it was first erected in 1940. An iconic and historical piece of San Diego history! It was a gift from local women shopkeepers
2
San Diego
The San Diego LGBT Community Canter. In 1971 our world was a very different place. Being “out” simply wasn’t an option for many. Just being a member of the LGBTQ community could be dangerous, and there was no place to turn for help. We are proud of the history of The Center’s service. Originally just an answering machine in a borrowed closet that served as a lifeline for those looking for compassionate connection, it is now one of the largest and most vibrant LGBTQ Community Centers in the nation, providing our community with more than 84,600 direct service visits each year.
3
Flicks
Flicks San Diego is arguably the best San Diego Gay Bar in the heart of Hillcrest, one of the original gay video bars. Also home of Welfare Wednesdays.
4
Hillcrest Farmers Market
A Californian street renamed after gay activist Harvey Milk had its new sign officially unveiled May 22, 2012. Formerly called Blaine Avenue.
5
Rich's
Rich's is San Diego's largest and most popular gay nightclub. They have two large, separate rooms each with a fully-stocked bar, DJ, and dance floor.
6
Urban MO's Bar & Grill
We start at the Mural that is on 3rd. The perfect place for some ah-mazing selfies!
7
Hillcrest
The Hillcrest sign which greets visitors into the neighbourhood high above the intersection of Fifth and University has been a beacon of diversity since it was first erected in 1940. An iconic and historical piece of San Diego history! It was a gift from local women shopkeepers
8
San Diego
The San Diego LGBT Community Canter. In 1971 our world was a very different place. Being “out” simply wasn’t an option for many. Just being a member of the LGBTQ community could be dangerous, and there was no place to turn for help. We are proud of the history of The Center’s service. Originally just an answering machine in a borrowed closet that served as a lifeline for those looking for compassionate connection, it is now one of the largest and most vibrant LGBTQ Community Centers in the nation, providing our community with more than 84,600 direct service visits each year.
9
Flicks
Flicks San Diego is arguably the best San Diego Gay Bar in the heart of Hillcrest, one of the original gay video bars. Also home of Welfare Wednesdays.
10
Hillcrest Farmers Market
A Californian street renamed after gay activist Harvey Milk had its new sign officially unveiled May 22, 2012. Formerly called Blaine Avenue.
11
Rich's
Rich's is San Diego's largest and most popular gay nightclub. They have two large, separate rooms each with a fully-stocked bar, DJ, and dance floor.
12
Urban MO's Bar & Grill
We start at the Mural that is on 3rd. The perfect place for some ah-mazing selfies!
13
Hillcrest
The Hillcrest sign which greets visitors into the neighbourhood high above the intersection of Fifth and University has been a beacon of diversity since it was first erected in 1940. An iconic and historical piece of San Diego history! It was a gift from local women shopkeepers
14
San Diego
The San Diego LGBT Community Canter. In 1971 our world was a very different place. Being “out” simply wasn’t an option for many. Just being a member of the LGBTQ community could be dangerous, and there was no place to turn for help. We are proud of the history of The Center’s service. Originally just an answering machine in a borrowed closet that served as a lifeline for those looking for compassionate connection, it is now one of the largest and most vibrant LGBTQ Community Centers in the nation, providing our community with more than 84,600 direct service visits each year.
15
Flicks
Flicks San Diego is arguably the best San Diego Gay Bar in the heart of Hillcrest, one of the original gay video bars. Also home of Welfare Wednesdays.
16
Hillcrest Farmers Market
A Californian street renamed after gay activist Harvey Milk had its new sign officially unveiled May 22, 2012. Formerly called Blaine Avenue.
17
Rich's
Rich's is San Diego's largest and most popular gay nightclub. They have two large, separate rooms each with a fully-stocked bar, DJ, and dance floor.
18
Urban MO's Bar & Grill
We start at the Mural that is on 3rd. The perfect place for some ah-mazing selfies!
19
Hillcrest
The Hillcrest sign which greets visitors into the neighbourhood high above the intersection of Fifth and University has been a beacon of diversity since it was first erected in 1940. An iconic and historical piece of San Diego history! It was a gift from local women shopkeepers
20
San Diego
The San Diego LGBT Community Canter. In 1971 our world was a very different place. Being “out” simply wasn’t an option for many. Just being a member of the LGBTQ community could be dangerous, and there was no place to turn for help. We are proud of the history of The Center’s service. Originally just an answering machine in a borrowed closet that served as a lifeline for those looking for compassionate connection, it is now one of the largest and most vibrant LGBTQ Community Centers in the nation, providing our community with more than 84,600 direct service visits each year.
21
Flicks
Flicks San Diego is arguably the best San Diego Gay Bar in the heart of Hillcrest, one of the original gay video bars. Also home of Welfare Wednesdays.
22
Hillcrest Farmers Market
A Californian street renamed after gay activist Harvey Milk had its new sign officially unveiled May 22, 2012. Formerly called Blaine Avenue.
23
Rich's
Rich's is San Diego's largest and most popular gay nightclub. They have two large, separate rooms each with a fully-stocked bar, DJ, and dance floor.
24
Urban MO's Bar & Grill
We start at the Mural that is on 3rd. The perfect place for some ah-mazing selfies!
25
Hillcrest
The Hillcrest sign which greets visitors into the neighbourhood high above the intersection of Fifth and University has been a beacon of diversity since it was first erected in 1940. An iconic and historical piece of San Diego history! It was a gift from local women shopkeepers
26
San Diego
The San Diego LGBT Community Canter. In 1971 our world was a very different place. Being “out” simply wasn’t an option for many. Just being a member of the LGBTQ community could be dangerous, and there was no place to turn for help. We are proud of the history of The Center’s service. Originally just an answering machine in a borrowed closet that served as a lifeline for those looking for compassionate connection, it is now one of the largest and most vibrant LGBTQ Community Centers in the nation, providing our community with more than 84,600 direct service visits each year.
27
Flicks
Flicks San Diego is arguably the best San Diego Gay Bar in the heart of Hillcrest, one of the original gay video bars. Also home of Welfare Wednesdays.
28
Hillcrest Farmers Market
A Californian street renamed after gay activist Harvey Milk had its new sign officially unveiled May 22, 2012. Formerly called Blaine Avenue.
29
Rich's
Rich's is San Diego's largest and most popular gay nightclub. They have two large, separate rooms each with a fully-stocked bar, DJ, and dance floor.
30
Urban MO's Bar & Grill
We start at the Mural that is on 3rd. The perfect place for some ah-mazing selfies!
31
Hillcrest
The Hillcrest sign which greets visitors into the neighbourhood high above the intersection of Fifth and University has been a beacon of diversity since it was first erected in 1940. An iconic and historical piece of San Diego history! It was a gift from local women shopkeepers
32
San Diego
The San Diego LGBT Community Canter. In 1971 our world was a very different place. Being “out” simply wasn’t an option for many. Just being a member of the LGBTQ community could be dangerous, and there was no place to turn for help. We are proud of the history of The Center’s service. Originally just an answering machine in a borrowed closet that served as a lifeline for those looking for compassionate connection, it is now one of the largest and most vibrant LGBTQ Community Centers in the nation, providing our community with more than 84,600 direct service visits each year.
33
Flicks
Flicks San Diego is arguably the best San Diego Gay Bar in the heart of Hillcrest, one of the original gay video bars. Also home of Welfare Wednesdays.
34
Hillcrest Farmers Market
A Californian street renamed after gay activist Harvey Milk had its new sign officially unveiled May 22, 2012. Formerly called Blaine Avenue.
35
Rich's
Rich's is San Diego's largest and most popular gay nightclub. They have two large, separate rooms each with a fully-stocked bar, DJ, and dance floor.
36
Urban MO's Bar & Grill
We start at the Mural that is on 3rd. The perfect place for some ah-mazing selfies!
37
Hillcrest
The Hillcrest sign which greets visitors into the neighbourhood high above the intersection of Fifth and University has been a beacon of diversity since it was first erected in 1940. An iconic and historical piece of San Diego history! It was a gift from local women shopkeepers
38
San Diego
The San Diego LGBT Community Canter. In 1971 our world was a very different place. Being “out” simply wasn’t an option for many. Just being a member of the LGBTQ community could be dangerous, and there was no place to turn for help. We are proud of the history of The Center’s service. Originally just an answering machine in a borrowed closet that served as a lifeline for those looking for compassionate connection, it is now one of the largest and most vibrant LGBTQ Community Centers in the nation, providing our community with more than 84,600 direct service visits each year.
39
Flicks
Flicks San Diego is arguably the best San Diego Gay Bar in the heart of Hillcrest, one of the original gay video bars. Also home of Welfare Wednesdays.
40
Hillcrest Farmers Market
A Californian street renamed after gay activist Harvey Milk had its new sign officially unveiled May 22, 2012. Formerly called Blaine Avenue.
41
Rich's
Rich's is San Diego's largest and most popular gay nightclub. They have two large, separate rooms each with a fully-stocked bar, DJ, and dance floor.
42
Urban MO's Bar & Grill
We start at the Mural that is on 3rd. The perfect place for some ah-mazing selfies!
43
Hillcrest
The Hillcrest sign which greets visitors into the neighbourhood high above the intersection of Fifth and University has been a beacon of diversity since it was first erected in 1940. An iconic and historical piece of San Diego history! It was a gift from local women shopkeepers
44
San Diego
The San Diego LGBT Community Canter. In 1971 our world was a very different place. Being “out” simply wasn’t an option for many. Just being a member of the LGBTQ community could be dangerous, and there was no place to turn for help. We are proud of the history of The Center’s service. Originally just an answering machine in a borrowed closet that served as a lifeline for those looking for compassionate connection, it is now one of the largest and most vibrant LGBTQ Community Centers in the nation, providing our community with more than 84,600 direct service visits each year.
45
Flicks
Flicks San Diego is arguably the best San Diego Gay Bar in the heart of Hillcrest, one of the original gay video bars. Also home of Welfare Wednesdays.
46
Hillcrest Farmers Market
A Californian street renamed after gay activist Harvey Milk had its new sign officially unveiled May 22, 2012. Formerly called Blaine Avenue.
47
Rich's
Rich's is San Diego's largest and most popular gay nightclub. They have two large, separate rooms each with a fully-stocked bar, DJ, and dance floor.
48
Urban MO's Bar & Grill
We start at the Mural that is on 3rd. The perfect place for some ah-mazing selfies!
49
Hillcrest
The Hillcrest sign which greets visitors into the neighbourhood high above the intersection of Fifth and University has been a beacon of diversity since it was first erected in 1940. An iconic and historical piece of San Diego history! It was a gift from local women shopkeepers
50
San Diego
The San Diego LGBT Community Canter. In 1971 our world was a very different place. Being “out” simply wasn’t an option for many. Just being a member of the LGBTQ community could be dangerous, and there was no place to turn for help. We are proud of the history of The Center’s service. Originally just an answering machine in a borrowed closet that served as a lifeline for those looking for compassionate connection, it is now one of the largest and most vibrant LGBTQ Community Centers in the nation, providing our community with more than 84,600 direct service visits each year.
51
Flicks
Flicks San Diego is arguably the best San Diego Gay Bar in the heart of Hillcrest, one of the original gay video bars. Also home of Welfare Wednesdays.
52
Hillcrest Farmers Market
A Californian street renamed after gay activist Harvey Milk had its new sign officially unveiled May 22, 2012. Formerly called Blaine Avenue.
53
Rich's
Rich's is San Diego's largest and most popular gay nightclub. They have two large, separate rooms each with a fully-stocked bar, DJ, and dance floor.
54
Urban MO's Bar & Grill
We start at the Mural that is on 3rd. The perfect place for some ah-mazing selfies!
55
Hillcrest
The Hillcrest sign which greets visitors into the neighbourhood high above the intersection of Fifth and University has been a beacon of diversity since it was first erected in 1940. An iconic and historical piece of San Diego history! It was a gift from local women shopkeepers
56
San Diego
The San Diego LGBT Community Canter. In 1971 our world was a very different place. Being “out” simply wasn’t an option for many. Just being a member of the LGBTQ community could be dangerous, and there was no place to turn for help. We are proud of the history of The Center’s service. Originally just an answering machine in a borrowed closet that served as a lifeline for those looking for compassionate connection, it is now one of the largest and most vibrant LGBTQ Community Centers in the nation, providing our community with more than 84,600 direct service visits each year.
57
Flicks
Flicks San Diego is arguably the best San Diego Gay Bar in the heart of Hillcrest, one of the original gay video bars. Also home of Welfare Wednesdays.
58
Hillcrest Farmers Market
A Californian street renamed after gay activist Harvey Milk had its new sign officially unveiled May 22, 2012. Formerly called Blaine Avenue.
59
Rich's
Rich's is San Diego's largest and most popular gay nightclub. They have two large, separate rooms each with a fully-stocked bar, DJ, and dance floor.
60
Urban MO's Bar & Grill
We start at the Mural that is on 3rd. The perfect place for some ah-mazing selfies!
61
Hillcrest
The Hillcrest sign which greets visitors into the neighbourhood high above the intersection of Fifth and University has been a beacon of diversity since it was first erected in 1940. An iconic and historical piece of San Diego history! It was a gift from local women shopkeepers
62
San Diego
The San Diego LGBT Community Canter. In 1971 our world was a very different place. Being “out” simply wasn’t an option for many. Just being a member of the LGBTQ community could be dangerous, and there was no place to turn for help. We are proud of the history of The Center’s service. Originally just an answering machine in a borrowed closet that served as a lifeline for those looking for compassionate connection, it is now one of the largest and most vibrant LGBTQ Community Centers in the nation, providing our community with more than 84,600 direct service visits each year.
63
Flicks
Flicks San Diego is arguably the best San Diego Gay Bar in the heart of Hillcrest, one of the original gay video bars. Also home of Welfare Wednesdays.
64
Hillcrest Farmers Market
A Californian street renamed after gay activist Harvey Milk had its new sign officially unveiled May 22, 2012. Formerly called Blaine Avenue.
65
Rich's
Rich's is San Diego's largest and most popular gay nightclub. They have two large, separate rooms each with a fully-stocked bar, DJ, and dance floor.
66
Urban MO's Bar & Grill
We start at the Mural that is on 3rd. The perfect place for some ah-mazing selfies!
67
Crête
Le panneau Hillcrest qui accueille les visiteurs dans le quartier au-dessus de l'intersection de Fifth et University est un phare de diversité depuis sa première érection en 1940. Une pièce emblématique et historique de l'histoire de San Diego ! C'était un cadeau des commerçantes locales
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San Diego
Le galop de la communauté LGBT de San Diego. En 1971, notre monde était un endroit très différent. Être "out" n'était tout simplement pas une option pour beaucoup. Le simple fait d'être membre de la communauté LGBTQ pouvait être dangereux et il n'y avait personne vers qui se tourner pour obtenir de l'aide. Nous sommes fiers de l'histoire du service du Centre. À l'origine juste un répondeur dans un placard emprunté qui servait de bouée de sauvetage pour ceux qui recherchent une connexion compatissante, c'est maintenant l'un des centres communautaires LGBTQ les plus grands et les plus dynamiques du pays, offrant à notre communauté plus de 84 600 visites de service directes chaque année. .
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Films
Flicks San Diego est sans doute le meilleur bar gay de San Diego au cœur de Hillcrest, l'un des premiers bars vidéo gay. Accueil également des mercredis du bien-être.
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Marché fermier de Hillcrest
Une rue californienne renommée en l'honneur de l'activiste gay Harvey Milk a vu sa nouvelle enseigne officiellement dévoilée le 22 mai 2012. Anciennement appelée Blaine Avenue.
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Riche
Rich's est la discothèque gay la plus grande et la plus populaire de San Diego. Ils ont deux grandes salles séparées, chacune avec un bar bien approvisionné, un DJ et une piste de danse.
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Bar & Grill du MO urbain
Nous commençons à la murale qui se trouve au 3e. L'endroit idéal pour des selfies incroyables !
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