Friends of Georgetown History Museum
6206 Carleton Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98108
Open every Thursday 4-7pm and second Saturday 4-7pm
The Friends of Georgetown History’s mission is to create a space for building community, preserving history, and continually enhancing the culture of the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle.
We are passionate about the history of our neighborhood. We offer a conference room, offices, workshops, socials, walking tours and an historic gallery. Projects we have worked on include the restoration of the iconic Hat n’ Boots at Oxbow Park, producing the Georgetown Haunted History Tour, creation of the Celebrating Georgetown traveling exhibit, and the Historic Site Plaque Project. We secured our nonprofit status in 2016, shortly after moving into our current space on Carleton.
LA HISTORIA EN EL BARRIO – SEPTEMBER 28, 2019
Georgetown is lucky to be called home to many individuals that fought for equity, equality and justice and created cultural spaces all over Washington. we are hosting a community celebration to honor Latino Culture and Heritage. Doors open at 2pm
Tortilla making demonstrations
Traditional food available
Community Art Project
HAUNTED HISTORY TOUR – OCTOBER 18 & 19, 2019
The Georgetown Haunted History Tour, combines a traditional guided walking tour with community theatre to bring Georgetown’s history to life. This popular event showcases the talents of our local population and attracts an enthusiastic crowd – selling out every year.
Mark your calendar for October 18 and 19, 2019.
Tickets will be available October 1st. We hope to see you there!
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We are located at 6206 Carleton Avenue South in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle. Find us here