Sat, Oct 12 from 10am - 12pm

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The Olmsted Brothers’ visionary park plan led Seattle's prominent leaders and their renowned architects to design homes nestled against blossoming Volunteer Park on Seattle’s Capitol Hill.  The homes reflect the changing tastes, lifestyles, and times just before and after World War I.  Stroll Federal Avenue and learn about these stately monuments to early 20th Century prosperity.  On this tour you’ll see a variety of classic architectural styles from notable architects of the day, including Carl F. Gould, Bebb & Mendel, & Joseph S. Cote’ and Andrew Willatsen.

Photos: Evan Chakroff 

Tours are approximately 2 hours and run rain or shine, dress accordingly! Advance registration is strongly encouraged; walk-ups are limited to space available for a cost of $25. For more information on SAF tours, visit our FAQ page or call 206-667-9184. Interested in discounted tickets? Members get discounts on all SAF events and receive a free tour  just for signing-up  ($50-level and above). Learn more about our membership program here. Join us. Shape Seattle!

 

 

St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral

1245 10th Ave E
Seattle, WA 98102