“By the time of Stonewall...we had 50 to 60 gay groups in the country. A year later...1500.”

Before the 1960s, almost everything about living openly as a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ+) person was illegal. The Stonewall Uprising on June 28, 1969 is a milestone in the quest for LGBTQ+ civil rights and provided momentum for a movement.

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15-Part Video Series

To honor the 5th anniversary of the establishment of Stonewall NM watch this 15-part video series, new episode premiere on Fridays

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We Are Stonewall Arts Festival

We would like to invite everyone to submit art about What Stonewall Means to you Throughout the year.

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Fence Exhibit / Virtual Exhibit

View our photo exhibit on the fence at Stonewall National Monument or virtually!

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A celebration of Marsha P. Johnson

You are cordially invited to Stonewall National Monument as we honor transgender civil rights icon, Marsha P. Johnson, born August 24.

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No Matter where you are, we can bring Stonewall National Monument to your classroom. Find teachers resources here.

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Plan Your Visit

Located in Greenwich Village, New York City, Stonewall National Monument is one of the many parks in New York Harbor.

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Stonewall Forever

Stonewall Forever invites visitors to experience the living monument and Christopher Park from anywhere in the world.

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

26 Wall Street
Federal Hall National Monument c/o Stonewall National Monument

New York, NY 10005



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