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Schwules Museum (Gay Museum) Tours and Activities

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Journey through Berlin’s LGBTQ history at the Schwules Museum (Gay Museum). The Tiergarten district museum exhibits gay culture both within and outside of Germany through events, talks, and exhibitions. The Schwules is also one of the world’s largest institutions for research and communicating the history and culture of the gay community.

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Lützowstraße 73, Berlin, Germany, 10785
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Berlin's Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Scene Small-Group Walking Tour

Berlin's Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Scene Small-Group Walking Tour

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Vibrant, progressive and multicultural, Berlin has been a pioneer in the gay rights movements since the late-19th century. Delve into the city’s LGBT history on this walking tour through the historical and culturally rich neighborhoods of Schöneberg and Kreuzberg. Visit one of the city’s oldest trans* bars; stroll through Tiergarten and learn about the LGBT figures who have shaped the city’s history; and visit the Gay Museum* (Schwules Museum*), the world’s first gay museum.
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  • 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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Queer Berlin: Private Walking Tour

Queer Berlin: Private Walking Tour

Berlin has long been a centre for LGBTIQ communities in Europe. Frederick the Great, Prussia’s legendary 18th century monarch is widely believed to have been gay; sexologist Magnus Hirscheld pioneered advocacy for homosexual and transgender rights in the early 20th century; Marlene Dieterich cross-dressed on the city’s screens in the hedonistic ‘20s; and Klaus Wowereit, mayor of the city from 2001 until 2014, was openly and proudly gay. This 3-hour walking tour explores Berlin’s LGBTIQ scenes past and present, and, naturally, is open to all. Topics covered include the work of Magnus Hirschfeld, queer king Frederick the Great, persecution of homosexuals in Nazi Germany and homosexuality within the Nazi Party itself, the experience of LGBTIQ communities in East and West Berlin, and the queer scene in the hedonistic 1920s and in the 1990s as part of the burgeoning techno and club scene.
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  • 3 to 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Schwules Museum (Gay Museum) costs USD 19.51. Guided Schwules Museum (Gay Museum) tours start around USD 19.51 per person. See all 2 Schwules Museum (Gay Museum) tickets and tours on Viator.
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