Exploring Wallingford 2023

This is the second in a series of Exploring Wallingford activities. See our 2022 activity.

Discover Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood through this self-guided tour featuring 18 natural, historical, and artistic points of interest on Wallingford Hill between 40th and 45th streets.

Click here to download a brochure.
Click here to view the interactive tour map.

Many thanks to these sponsors:

Verity Credit Union – 4545 Stone Way N
Cedarhouse Flowers – 1621 N 45th St.
Yazdi – Wallingford Center, 1815 N 45th St.
Slave to the Needle Tattoo – 403 NE 45th St.

About this Activity

The colorful brochure highlights 18 points of interest and includes a QR code that links to an interactive map with more images, richer descriptions of each feature, and additional points of interest. Explore these neighborhood highlights in any order and at your own pace. You will see Wallingford in new ways if you take your time and look around!

Image Credits
Recent Photographs: Jean Werner, Linda Sewell, Lynne DeLano, Tyson Baty

Historical Images:
Tanagi Family Collection, Densho Digital Repository (Latona Grocery)
Paul Dorpat (The Outlook)
King County Assessor Collection (Twin Craftsman Houses, Queen Anne Cottage, Triplex,
Monkey Puzzle Tree, Latona School, Durn Good Grocery, Lisa Carol Apartments)
PEMCO Webster & Stevens Collection, Museum of History & Industry (Melrose Exchange)
Seattle Public Schools (Hamilton School)
Seattle Municipal Archives (Wallingford Playfield)
UW Special Collections (Irwins)

Historic Wallingford wishes to thank its generous community sponsors, volunteers, and 4Culture for making this activity possible.