Lining up plans in Philadelphia? Whether you're a local, new in town, or just passing through, you'll be sure to find something on Eventbrite that piques your interest.
— Photo courtesy Philadelphia Gay Men's Chorus. The centerpiece of the parade is the 100-foot-long rainbow equality flag that makes its way along the event route, which begins on one side of the Delaware River, in Lambertville, New Jersey, and ends on the other, in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
Gay Philadelphia. The birthplace of “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness", Philadelphia was founded more than 300 years ago by William Penn on principles of equality and freedom of expression. Today, the "City of Brotherly Love" is a welcoming place for all LGBT travelers. Philadelphia is a wonderful travel destination for any history.
The Philadelphia Gay District or "Gayborhood": The tiny Gay District is anchored by the tiny Colonial alley Camac Street (pronounced cuh-mack) and the quaint blocks near it, between Walnut and Pine streets.In the 19th century, this small enclave of historic red brick mews (or trinities, as they're known here), was the area's red-light district.