Gay Berlin Walking Tour
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Berlin has been a pioneer of gay and lesbian rights since the late 19th Century, despite the notorious “Section 175” that criminalised male homosexuality for decades even after the end of WWII
- Explore the gay neighbourhood Schöneberg, the home of Marlene Dietrich.
- Visit the Eldorado, one of Berlin’s oldest gay and transvestite bars which was frequented by openly gay Nazi SA leader Ernst Röhm.
- See the memorial to the homosexuals persecuted under the Nazi Regime
- Find out how openly homosexual and transgendered individuals found help from advocates such as Magnus Hirschfeld who ran the Institute for Sexual Science which was shut down in 1933.
- Discover how the Prussian King Frederick the Great and mayor Klaus Wowereit have shaped the history of Berlin.
- Walk through the Tiergarten – the city’s best known gay meeting spot in the shadow of the Berlin Wall.
The tour will finish at the Gay Museum in the vibrant area of Kreuzberg.
April - October: Mondays and Fridays
November - March: Saturdays
Tour Start Time:
Please allow approx. 3.5 hours for this tour
Neue Promenade 3, 10178 Berlin (In front of STARBUCKS)
- This tour will in parts make use of Public Transportation the costs of which are not inclusive. Please bring along a valid AB public transport ticket (approx. €7 per person for a day pass, prices are subject to change).
- Children 0 - 12 years old go FREE!