Celebrating a Place for Pride
Opening June 5, 2023
Richard & Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum
“A Place for Pride” explores the moments and milestones that have shaped LGBTQ+ life in Palm Beach County and throughout the country. This exhibit shares the Palm Beach County story through artifacts and the addition of “An Advocate in the Making” a video documenting the human rights work of advocate Rand Hoch.
The exhibit will also feature a self-guided exhibit celebrating pride. The exhibit is a photography retrospective exploring the moments and milestones that have shaped LGBTQ+ life in our country and community. Titled, A Place for Pride, the exhibit has been carefully curated with Compass Community Center and the Historical Society of Palm Beach County.
In partnership with:
The Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum
Admission is FREE to the public. The museum is located on the 2nd floor of the restored 1916 Courthouse at 300 North Dixie Highway, in downtown West Palm Beach.