Situated in the heart of King’s Cross, an area of central London with its own vibrant LGBTQ+ history, the museum is a fully inclusive space, free of charge, and its four gallery spaces are open to anyone regardless of sexuality or gender identity.
The museum has been created by charity Queer Britain and is backed by the Arts Council.
Among the exhibits on display are photographs of Pride and protest including the struggle for equal rights, the fight for same-sex marriage, the AIDS crisis, as well as portraits of transgender and non-binary people, and currently a Chosen Families exhibition of photographs from artist and photographer Alia Romagnoli. Visitors can also see the rainbow-coloured jacket worn by Olly Alexander at Glastonbury, and read the founding document of the Stonewall charity.
Queer Britain is located on the ground floor of 2 Granary Square, Kings Cross, London, NC1 4BH
Go to: queerbritain.org.uk