The National Trust for Historic Preservation, The One Institute and The Society of Architectural Historians funded a Gay and Lesbian History tour of Los Angeles in 2000. Here are the Downtown to Mid-City landmarks.
  1. Offices of the Mattachine Society
    232 S. Hill St.
  2. Maxwell's Bar (site of)
    Southeast corner of 3rd & Hill
  3. Pershing Square
    5th & Olive
  4. The Crown Jewel (site of)
    932 S. Hill St.
  5. Dover Hotel and Waldorf Nightclub
    555-557 S. Main St.
  6. Woman's Building
    1727 N. Spring St.
  7. First Gay Community Center
    1612 Wilshire Blvd.
  8. First Universalist Church
    8th & Crenshaw
  9. Metropolitan Community Church
    22nd & Union
  10. LACMA (1st Lesbian Kiss-In)
    5905 Wilshire Blvd.
  11. MacArthur Park
    2330 W. 6th St.
  12. Home of Morris Kight (Gay Liberation Front)
    1822 w. 4th St.
  13. Geri's Bar
    666 S. Alvarado St.
  14. Home of Harry Hay (Birthplace of Mattachine Society)
    2328 Cove Ave.
  15. Black Cat bar
    3909 Sunset Blvd.
  16. A Different Light bookstore (site of)
    4014 Santa Monica Blvd.