Tours & activities in Tel Aviv

Free Tour of Tel Aviv’s LGBTQ History

Learn about Tel Aviv's LGBTQ community on this special Free Tour running only from May 10 until May 18

ABOUT THE Free Tour of Tel Aviv’s LGBTQ History

Tel Aviv is known as the most liberal city in the Middle East, so it’s no surprise that it is also the Middle East’s gay capital!

On this 2-hour walking tour, your expert local guide will show you the fun and vibrant side of Tel Aviv, and tell you about the LGBT community’s achievements, while also telling you about their struggles here in Israel and the major events that have shaped the country’s LGBT history. Whether you personally identify as LGBT or not, this fascinating tour is not to be missed.


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What’s included
  • Local English-speaking guide
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Your Free Tour of Tel Aviv's LGBTQ History starts at Rothschild Blvd 11, in front of the Tel Aviv Tourist Information Center


  • See the Shpagat Club, Tel Aviv’s most famous gay bar
  • Visit the memorial to homosexual Holocaust victims
  • Stop by the now-abolished Allenby 58, once the home of Tel Aviv’s nightlife
  • Hear about the horrific homophobic murders that took place at LGBT center Bar-Noar
  • Learn about Israel’s LGBT movement and its struggle for equal rights
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