Step into our past June 18, 2016, as the Issaquah History Museums host Downtown History Walk: The Early Years.
As part of the museums' summer lineup, a museum guide will take participants on an easy stroll through the historic downtown to explore some of Issaquah's hidden history.
The walk starts at 10 a.m., and departs from the Issaquah Depot Museum, 78 First Ave. N.E. Advance registration is required for participants. Order tickets via Eventbrite.
Participants will tour the history of Issaquah, from the Native Americans who first lived in the area up to Issaquah's growth into a small town, circa 1925. You'll hear about how changes in transportation impacted Issaquah's growth, and what life was like in Issaquah when it was a very small town.
The walk covers about 2 miles on level sidewalk, and is held rain or shine. Participants should bring water and snacks, and wear comfortable walking shoes. Please leave dogs at home.
Questions? Email the Issaquah History Museums or call 425-392-3500. The program is made possible by funding from 4Culture.