Jim Anzide's Out & About gay bus tour of Los Angeles took its inaugural run on Sunday and promises to highlight the city in a whole new rainbow tinted light.

The tour begins at ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives in West Hollywood, which houses the world's largest research library on GLBT heritage and concerns, and rolls by 100 points of interest.

In a recent interview with AfterElton.com, Anzide said he was “blown away” by the amount of gay and lesbian history in Los Angeles.

Most surprising, he said, was the Tuscadero mental health facility that performed castrations or lobotomies on gay men busted for lewd conduct that operated until 1968. “There wasn't a third choice,” he said.

The tour's brochure says, “We will show you Hollywood like nobody has ever dared” and promises to “blow the dust off over a century of closeted stars, underground bars and gay rights battle scars.”

Tickets run $75 on Saturdays and Sunday; must be 21 or over.