The Stonewall Inn

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Where it all began
Stop in and check out the landmark bar that basically started the gay right's movement. On June 28, 1969, New York City police raided the Stonewall Inn. It wasn't the first time, but this time a riot broke out on Christopher Street. The following week of protests around Stonewall sparked a movement for LGBT Americans. Cross this historic site off your travel bucket list and pay tribute to those who paved the way for LGBT rights.


    • steven.lavigne
      steven.lavigne Over a year ago

      Gay Historic Site
      There was a time when I went to the Stonewall and got a t-shirt as well as a matchbook (which I have framed), but over the years, I think it's changed, and haven't been there in a long time. I liked it, but there are other places I like better.

    • DjChaunceyD
      DjChaunceyD Over a year ago

      Behold...The 6th Annual #MADONNAWORSHIP Night Saturday, August 2nd!! benefit concert for Anti Violence Project 8pm + Free All Madonna Dance Party 10pm visit for info

    • gsbrown318
      gsbrown318 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      We've come a long way LGBT ACTIVISTS
      I like the STONEWALL INN, and I am proud to have have been a part of the Stonewall riots of June 28, 1969, 46 years ago. The Stonewall has survived the anti-gay and homophobic insults, and it still exists as the home of the brave for all people of the LGBT communities.

    • MelodyManNY
      MelodyManNY Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Our Beloved Stonewall
      The Stonewall Inn is one of the LGBT community's National Treasures, figuratively and literally. Many claim, Stonewall is where the LGBT movement started with the uprising in 1969. I am a gay entertainer and have performed many times on its stage. I love Stonewall on so many levels. As an artist, as an audience member, for its longevity, and now it has been deemed a National Monument. The first LGBT monument in American History. When visiting NYC, I highly encourage you visit it. Stop in for a drink, play a game of pool, or even catch an amazing show upstairs on the stage. It is part of our heritage, both as a member of the LGBT community and as an American. Tym Moss

    • PacoMDFACS
      PacoMDFACS Over a year ago
      Loves it

      National Monument
      What can I say, it is a National Monument for LGBT Rights! Just like any other monument in the city, it is worth seeing because it is part of our history now.

    • Rip Off
      I got charged $5 for diet cola loaded with ice during happy hour. That's just wrong.

    • TimTom
      TimTom Over a year ago

      Can't go wrong here.

    • CJS0421
      CJS0421 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great New Year's Eve party
      Great place

    • loca4u9807
      loca4u9807 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      love this place
      always a good time friendly place always a welcoming when you come here

    • lhrsf0
      lhrsf0 Over a year ago
      Hates it

      weak drinks and dark
      I had the weakest Malibu and coke here!! Plus the venue was a too dark! Even sitting there for 45 mins made no difference

    • Gothic1960AD
      Gothic1960AD Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great Bar
      Had so much fun there and meet so many nice people...

    • musicman013
      musicman013 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      always busy
      This institution always seems to have something going on. Crowd has gotten sexier than I remember. Service can take awhile if it's a busy night. But fun times to be had. If you are visiting, buy a Stonewall Inn Tshirt to show your pride.

    • blondofborg
      blondofborg Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Nothing special - that's the point
      Sure, there's the history, but Stonewall is really just a neighbourhood bar with wonderful service and an unpretentious crowd. And we love it just for that.

    • Rivington101
      Rivington101 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Upstairs downstairs
      Stonewall is always good times. My friends and I all go because Christine is one of the best bartenders in New York. Upstairs, the scene is totally different - there's more space to kick back, relax, or shake your thing.

    • jjkeyes
      jjkeyes Over a year ago

      love it
      The gay boys are upstairs dancing to Madonna, the ladies are downstairs singing along to Pink, and cute boys are passing out tickets for Absolut Wild Tea. The bartenders are awesome.