MOHAI and Log House Museum teaming up for Alki Bike Tour Aug. 25
The Log House Museum and the Museum of History and Industry are joining for the annual bike tour of Alki. The tour will be leaving from the Log House Museum and ending at the Duwamish Longhouse on Aug. 25.
The tour will give riders the opportunity to bike the shoreline history of the Duwamish Peninsula, from the Log House Museum on Alki to the Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center on the Duwamish River.
This tour will visit the sites of Native American villages, the beachhead of the founding families of Seattle, Luna Park and the natatorium, ferries, bridges, a steel mill, shipbuilding, and the immigrant community of Riverside.
Led by Judy Bentley, author of Hiking Washington’s History, the tour is presented in partnership with the Southwest Seattle Historical Society and the Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center.
All ticket sales are final, and advanced registration is recommended. Day-of tickets are subject to availability and an additional $5 charge. All tours are offered rain or shine, so please wear weather appropriate attire, including comfortable shoes.
Meet at Log House Museum, 3003 61st Avenue SW. maps.google.com
You are urged to bring your own bike, helmet, and water bottle. The ride is approximately 10 miles with frequent stops.
Order tickets here: http://seattlehistory.org/visit_us/calendar.php?id=345
Summer History Tour: Cycling Through West Seattle’s History
From Log House to Long House
Saturday August 25th
10 am – noon