Join Historic Seattle for a summer happy hour at the Admiral’s House. Magnificently situated on a bluff overlooking Elliott Bay and downtown Seattle, the historic residence represents the significant role Seattle played in World War II naval history. Between 1944 and 2006, the Admiral’s House was home to the commanding admiral for the Pacific Northwest, and was the site for official entertaining, hosting as many as 1,000 dignitaries each year.
This is your chance to be Historic Seattle’s official guest, learning about the history of the house and how preservation easements offer protection, while enjoying refreshments and the view from the front lawn.
Exact address will be provided to guests prior to the tour.
Cost: $30 Members / $40 General Public
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Photo: The Admiral’s House, Magnolia.