Stonewall National Monument

Learn about the long, hard fight for LGBTQ+ rights in the United States at the Stonewall National Monument, a park that encompasses more than 7 acres in Manhattan, including Christopher Park and the legendary Stonewall Inn. On June 28, 1969, the police raided the inn, which was operating as a gay bar. Instead of instilling fear in the community, the raid prompted days of demonstrations against unfair police treatment. This unprecedented uprising was a turning point in the LGBTQ+ civil rights movement. Today, you can walk the same streets, visit the Stonewall Inn, and learn about the rocky road to equality. Barack Obama designated the area as a national monument in 2016, so many of the associated sites are still in development.

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Things To Do Near Stonewall National Monument

Stonewall National Monument is a unique site in the national park system. Since it's located in the heart of Manhattan, it doesn't offer scenic views or wilderness hikes; instead, it's a place to discover and reflect on LGBTQ+ history in the United States. When you're ready for a break, New York City's exceptional dining, shopping, and entertainment options are a short walk or subway ride away.

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How To Get To Stonewall National Monument

Stonewall National Monument is located in and around Christopher Park in New York City's Greenwich Village. The subway is the best way to get there — take the Broadway 1 Line - 7th Avenue local train, and get off at Christopher Street-Sheridan Square Station. You'll see the park when you exit the subway; the Stonewall Inn sits across Christopher Street from the park.


38-64 Christopher St, New York, NY 10014

Fee: Entry fee $0

The Stonewall National Monument honors a key period in the struggle for LGBTQ+ civil rights. Whether you're coming as part of a bigger trip to New York City or a quick visit, an RV is a unique way to experience the city.