This summer, the Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI) is hosting a series of Seattle history walking Tours in July & August. Whether you’ve been in Seattle for one year or fifty years, or you’re just passing through, this is your chance to get to know the history of the Emerald City from some local historians.
Maybe you want to learn how South Lake Union became a biotech hub, or are curious about the colorful, and sometimes sordid, history of Aurora Avenue, or maybe you are just looking to check out some local brews in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood. If so, there is certainly a tour to pique your interest, so visit the links below to sign up and get your walking shoes on!
- Wed, July 13, How South Lake Union Became a Biotech Hub
- Sat, July 16, Historic Lake Union Boat Tour
- Wed, July 20, Centennial Walk of an Interracial Marriage
- Sat, July 23, Aurora: Life on Seattle’s Mother Road
- Sat, July 30,These Boutiques Are Made for Walking
- Sat, Aug 13, A Farewell to MOHAI’s Montlake Home!
- Wed, Aug 17, The Life and Times of Frances Farmer: West Seattle’s Admiral Neighborhood
- Sat, Aug 20, Georgetown Brews
- Sat, Aug 27,The Evergreen-Washelli Cemetery