This June, celebrate Pride in Central Park with Conservancy guides as we virtually dive into the communities’ dynamic history and influence on the world‘s most famous urban park.
Pride in Central Park will examine the history of Central Park through a new lens as we explore the many areas that have been touched by and remain connected to New York’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer plus communities. Learn about the incredible and lasting contributions LGTBQ+ individuals such as sculptor Emma Stebbins, poet Fitz-Greene Halleck, and landscape architect Bruce Kelly have made to Central Park and their inspiring legacy.
This is a virtual program that takes place over Zoom. Closed captioning is available. Only one ticket per group necessary. Please note: registration confirmation may be diverted to your junk mail.
Please use registration code GAPSTOW20 to register.