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Arts, Culture and Must-See Attractions

Reviews of and articles about gay attractions and gay culture and arts, including mainstream and gay-oriented museums and gay historic sites, gay beaches, gay archives, local theaters and gay-friendly performing arts spaces, gay chorale groups, gay symphonies, gay orchestras, and cinemas and gay film festivals.

Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Santa Fe's famed Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, as well as the O'Keeffe Studio and Home in Abiquiu, NM

Museo Frida Kahlo, Mexico City, Mexico
The Museo Frida Kahlo is one of the true must-see museums of Mexico City, located 5 miles from the city center in the colonial neighborhood of Coyoacan.

Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe
Santa Fe's New Mexico State Museums, including the Palace of the Governors/New Mexico History Museum, Museum of International Folk Art, New Mexico Art Museum, and Museum of Indian Arts.

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York
In addition to having presented a number of special exhibits of particular interest to LGBT visitors, most recently "Alexander McQeen: Savage Beauty", the vaunted Metropolitan Museum of Art has hundreds of works within its vast holdings created by queer artists. Visiting the iconic museum occupying a large wedge of green space in Central Park on...

Passalacqua Vineyard Dry Creek - Gay-Friendly Wine Touring in Sonoma
An article about the gay-friendly Passalacqua Vineyard in Healdsburg, California, in the Sonoma Wine Country.

Gay Austin Beaches - Gay Austin Attractions - Hippie Hollow Park
A description of the gay Austin swimming hole and beach, Hippie Hollow Park.

Queer U.S. Historic Sites of the East
An article by Andrew Collins for Bgay.com on historic sites of gay interest in the Eastern United States, including Herman Melville's home in Pittsfield, Mass; Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Philadelphia's Rosenbach Museum, Camden, NJ's Walt Whitman House, and Hyde Park, NY's Eleanor Roosevelt historic site.

Queer U.S. Historic Sites of the West
An article by Andrew Collins for Bgay.com on Queer Historic Sites of the West, including Georgia O'Keeffe's studio in Abiquiu, NM; gay archives in San Francisco and Los Angeles, The Babe Didrikson Zaharias Museum in Beaumont, TX, and the Liberace Museum in Las Vegas.

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