National Park Service: Lesbian Bisexual Gay and Transgender History - Theme Study
  • Stonewall Inn, New York City

    Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Heritage Initiative

Listed LGBTQ Places


There are a small handful of properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places and as National Historic Landmarks for their association with LGBTQ History and Heritage. There are also many National Register properties and National Historic Landmarks that have LGBTQ history associated with them, but which is not mentioned in the nominations. Listed here are links to those places that are on the Register and listed as Landmarks for their association with LGBTQ history and heritage. For the other sites, many of which may make good candidates for nomination amendments, visit the map of places with LGBTQ heritage (the light blue placemarks indicate properties whose nominations do not mention their LGBTQ history)

 

National Historic Landmarks Program

Henry Gerber House, Chicago, IL

Stonewall, New York City, NY


National Register of Historic Places

Carrington House, Fire Island, NY

Cherry Grove Community House and Theatre, Fire Island, NY

Dr. Franklin E. Kameny Residence, Washington, DC

James Merrill House, Stonington, CT


National Memorials

National AIDS Memorial Grove, San Francisco, CA


Other Places

These are places within the National Park Service with LGBTQ interpretations

Butt-Millett Memorial Fountain, President’s Park (The White House), Washington, DC

Henry Gerber at Governor’s Island, NY