New York City is known for offering a variety of things to do, and as one of the world’s most welcoming LGBTQ+ destinations, it is no surprise that NYC’s queer scene is full of options. From arts and entertainment to history, nightlife, and more, there is something for everyone. Narrowing down the list of things to do is not easy, but here are 5 under the radar queer things to do in NYC during your next visit.
Created for gay cruisers seeking something different from the "big party" ships, you're invited to relax amidst the serenity of the Seychelles on board this intimate and exclusive gay cruise. Delight in a gathering of like-minded souls looking for the intimacy of a small ship cruise experience. Small ships hop from island to island in perfect harmony with this unspoiled paradise. You'll visit islands which will capture your senses and imagination, surrounded by amazing flora and fauna you can explore the islands or take to the water, snorkel, dive and absorb the diversity of this amazing underwater world. The archipelago is blanketed with centuries old rain forests with unique wildlife from rare black parrots to the world famous Coco de Mer palm trees or giant land tortoises.
New York City will host WorldPride for the entire month of June 2019, marking the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. Come show your pride and join us for special events, exhibits and parades in celebration of Millions of Moments of Pride.
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