Members' Event:

York's Hidden Queer History

DATE

Mon 13 Jun 22 

TIME

6pm - 8pm

LOCATION

Clifford's Tower, York 

SUITABLE FOR

Adults

Historian Kit Heyam reveals the hidden queer history of York. On a walking tour of the city centre, you’ll discover stories of Roman trans women, nineteenth-century lesbian marriages and the origins of the UK’s first ever gay-pride march. This tour is linear and will finish at the Yorkshire Museum.

Please meet at Clifford’s Tower, at the bottom of the steps. This event is graded as moderate access, as there will be plenty of walking with limited resting points. Please wear suitable footwear for walking and dress appropriately for the weather, as this tour takes place outdoors.

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Member (Adult) £15

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Property: Clifford's Tower, York
Address: Tower Street, York, YO1 9SA
Location: York, North Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the Humber

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