Sat, May 2 from 10am - 12pm

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Due to the current health situation in our region related to the Covid-19 Virus, all tours/events events between now and May are subject to cancellation based on recommendations from our local health dept. and government.  Our priority is on keeping our community safe right now.  In the event of a program cancellation, all guests will be notified in advance by email and offered a refund or opportunity to rebook. Thank you for understanding.

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 

St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral

1245 10th Ave E
Seattle, WA 98102