Historic First Hill Mansions Tour

The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation and Historic Seattle conducts monthly 90-minute guided tours of two architecturally important Seattle historic homes, the Stimson-Green Mansion (1899–1901) and the Henry H. Dearborn House (1907). First Hill was the location of private clubs, important religious institutions, and swank hotels. It was also the city’s premier residential enclave from the 1890s through the first decades of the 1900s, home to mayors, judges, industrialists, timber barons, and art collectors. Tours provide insights into the architectural character and interior design features of both homes, as well as a lively look at the life and times of First Hill.

Note: Pre-registration required. Contact 206-622-6952 for reservations. Tour will be canceled if minimum enrollments are not met.

Hours: Second Tuesday of each month, 1:00 pm

Closed: May be closed major U.S. holidays

By Car: I-5 northbound Madison Street exit. East to Minor Avenue. North to 1117 Minor Avenue.

I-5 southbound Stewart Street exit. West to Boren Avenue. South to Seneca Street. East one block to Minor Avenue.

Take Metro: Route 2 to Seneca Street and Summit Ave.
12, 60 to Madison Street and Boren Ave.

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  • Historic First Hill Mansions Tour
  • 1117 Minor Avenue
  • Seattle, WA 98101
  • 206-622-6952
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