To celebrate Pride Month, The Edmonton Queer History Project, with the support of Edmonton Downtown Business Association and the City of Edmonton, are pleased to offer walking AND ETS bus tours of Downtown’s queer history
Join us on these special tours as we explore the people, places, and moments that have helped to define Edmonton’s queer history. All tours are free, include a complementary printed map, and are hosted by members of the Edmonton Queer History Project Team. Each guided tour runs approximately 90 minutes in length, begins at Michael Phair Park (10124 104 St NW), and takes place in the downtown core. We are pleased to provide American Sign Language interpretation as part of each tour.
Can’t make it to any of the dates below, find the self-guided map online.
Saturday, July 2 9:30 am – 11:00 am SOLD OUT
Tuesday, July 19 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm SOLD OUT
Tuesday, August 9 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm Get your ticket
Friday, August 26 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm Get your ticket
Bus Tours (hosted by Darrin Hagen and Michael Phair)
Tuesday, June 14 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm SOLD OUT
Thursday, July 28 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm SOLD OUT
About the Edmonton Queer History Project
The Edmonton Queer History Project (EQHP) is a collaborative community initiative. They are grateful for contributions and support from funders and members of the project team, which include Rob Browatzke, Kyler Chittick, Darrin Hagen, Dr. Michelle Lavoie, Michael Phair, Japkaran Saroya, and Dr. Kristopher Wells.
This research was undertaken, in part, thanks to funding and support from the MacEwan Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity, the Canada Research Chairs program, Edmonton Heritage Council, and the Stollery Charitable Foundation. EQHP is also thankful for guidance and support from the Edmonton Queer City Project, Fruit Loop, City of Edmonton Archives, Provincial Archives of Alberta, Edmonton Police Service, and the Alberta Courts. If you wish to support the work of the Edmonton Queer History Project, please making a donation to the MacEwan Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity. Learn more about the Edmonton Queer History Project here.