San Francisco Travel Celebrates 45th Anniversary of Pride Celebration
Explore the city with a unique perspective at 45 sites that make it proud
Jun 25, 2015, 09:05 ET
SAN FRANCISCO, June 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- This year, Pride marks its 45th anniversary since the first United States celebrations were held in honor of the sentiment. San Francisco Travel, a tourism board based in a city with deep historical and cultural connections to the LGBT community, is commemorating this milestone with 45 interesting destinations stretching across nine City by the Bay neighborhoods. Perfect for travelers and locals taking in this weekend's Pride Celebration, explore more of the locations that make San Francisco proud here!
Everyone knows the Castro as a popular neighborhood for the LGBT community in San Francisco, but these points provide insights that expand beyond the Pride Celebrations and into some of the undiscovered locations that give the city its rich pride history. From the hippest location from the 60s and 70s clothing shops of Polk Street to a masterly "MTT" conducted concert in Davies Symphony Hall, and the peaceful Golden Gate Park's AIDS Memorial Grove, these sites add a new dimension to Pride celebrations – any time of the year.
For more information on the LGBT history, culture and activities in San Francisco visit www.sanfrancisco.travel/lgbt and for a downloadable map for your next visit go to http://www.sanfrancisco.travel/45-pride-places-map.
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