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GLBT History Museum: Free First Tuesdays | Castro

Every first Tuesday of the month

Located in SF’s Castro District, the GLBT Historical Society Museum is the first full-scale, stand-alone museum of its kind in the United States. The museum celebrates 100 years of the city’s vast queer past through dynamic exhibitions and programming.

Normally admission is $10, but on the first Tuesday of every month, admission is free for everyone, hanks to a grant from the Bob Ross Foundation. All visitors will also need to reserve these free tickets online in advance.

– Updated 10/9/20 – Event info last checked via website

Tuesday, December 1

GLBT History Museum: Free First Tuesdays | Castro
Tuesday, December 1 – 12:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Free, but tickets must be reserved online in advance
| GLBT Historical Society Museum
GLBT History Museum: Free First Tuesdays | Castro

Located in SF’s Castro District, the GLBT Historical Society Museum is the first full-scale, stand-alone museum of its kind in the United States. The museum celebrates 100 years of the city’s vast queer past through dynamic exhibitions and programming. Normally admission is $10, but on ...Monthly

Tuesday, January 5

GLBT History Museum: Free First Tuesdays | Castro
Tuesday, January 5 – 12:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Free, but tickets must be reserved online in advance
| GLBT Historical Society Museum
GLBT History Museum: Free First Tuesdays | Castro

Located in SF’s Castro District, the GLBT Historical Society Museum is the first full-scale, stand-alone museum of its kind in the United States. The museum celebrates 100 years of the city’s vast queer past through dynamic exhibitions and programming. Normally admission is $10, but on ...Monthly


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