Gay & Lesbian Culture & Art

There are a couple of gay & lesbian culture and art places in Amsterdam. These are our recommendations:
Go to the details and reviews page of Gay Night by cinema Pathé De Munt in Amsterdam Pathé cinema De Munt presents: Gay Night. Every first Wednesday of the month at 21.00 hours they show new and old movies that have a gay theme, or that have a gay following. The evening starts with a welcome drink at the bar in the foyer. Just present your cinema ticket at the bar for a free drink. You will also get a voucher for 2 drinks for the price of one in Bar Taboo.

Attention: The movies are in their original language with Dutch subtitles. Pathé shows movies from all over the world.
Vijzelstraat 15, Amsterdam
0900 1458 (€ 0,80 p/m)
Go to the details and reviews page of the Homo Monument in Amsterdam The Homo Monument was unveiled on 5 September 1987, and is located on the Westermarkt. The Homo Monument commemorates all homosexual men and women who have been, or are still being, persecuted and murdered by government regimes that denounce their very existence.

The monument honours the brave gay men and women who have struggled for freedom and the human rights of people who have a different sexual orientation than was and is considered normal.
Westermarkt, Keizersgracht side, Amsterdam
Public area
Do you miss a gay & lesbian culture or art place that you think deserves a spot in Amsterdam Travel Guide's Gay & Lesbian Culture & Art section? Send us the name of the culture or art place - together with your motivation why we should include this place on Amsterdam Travel Guide - via our contact form.

Information & Services Accommodation

Bars & Clubs Dance Events & Parties
Restaurants Shopping Special Events Culture & Art Saunas