Manchester LGBT Heritage Trail
The trail is marked by rainbow flag paving stones, which were inaugurated by the City Council in 2005 and funded by a grant of £39,500 from the Heritage Lottery Fund. They were designed by local mosaic artist Mark Kennedy.
In 2007 it was described as one of Manchester’s most popular official guided walks.
- The New Union and Manto
- Alan Turing Memorial and Beacon of Hope
- The Rembrandt Hotel
- The Village
- Minshull Street Courts
- Site of Grassroots book shop
- former premises of Manchester Labour Press Society, one of whose directors was Edward Carpenter
- site of the Temperance Hall, Hulme venue of the 1880 Manchester drag ball
- Church House, where the North-Western Homosexual Law Reform Committee was inaugurated in 1964
- The Stuffed Olive and Heroes
- The New Bailey Prison
- Cumberland Street, where Henry Stoakes lived in the 19th century
- The John Rylands Library
- Manchester Town Hall
- The Café Royal
- Manchester Art Gallery
- The Gaumont Cinema and the Snakepit
- The Rochdale Canal
- http://www.exceedingexpectations.org.uk/news/11/18/Manchester-Pride-LGBT-Heritage-Trail/ Exceeding Expectations "Manchester Pride LGBT Heritage Trail"
- http://www.manchesterconfidential.co.uk/Culture/Arts/Out-in-the-Past-Trail-part-one (dead link)
- http://www.manchesterconfidential.co.uk/Entertainment/Events-and-Listings/Out-in-the-past-part-two (dead link)