|Historic Guided Tours usually begin at the "Justice White House" - once a hotel and later|
the Club House for Redmond's nine-hole golf course (now Redmond Town Center)
Three 'Old Redmond Historic Guided Walking Tours' remain:
The Old Redmond Cementary, 7/15
Olde Towne, 9/10
A Haunted History Tour, 9/30Have you ever taken one of the guided walking tours of Redmond's historic downtown core? It is guaranteed to provide facts, figures, and fun, with local historian Tom Hitzroth emcee'ing the stories, gossip, and names. Did you know in whose building an alleged bordello operated? Hint: He would later become Redmond’s longest serving mayor! Three tours remain.
Walking Tours run from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m., usually beginning on the front steps of the Justice White House, 7730 Leary Way NE., at the west end of Redmond Town Center where the Saturday Market is held.
Don't miss Tom's tour of the Old Redmond Cemetery on July 15, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., which will begin at the flag pole located inside the Cemetery at 7000 180 Avenue NE. The tour begins at the flag pole, located inside the Cemetery at 7000 180th Ave NE. Parking is available in the Home Depot parking lot immediately north of the Cemetery. Details here. Tours are cancelled with rain.
Tom is conducting his last Olde Towne tour on September 9 and a haunted history tour on September 30. Registration is required by the Thursday before the tour. A fee of $8 per person will help fund Society research. Contact the Redmond Historical Society (RHS) office at 425-885-2919, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or go online at www.redmondhistoricalsociety.org.
Released By Doris A. Schaible, a past Redmond City Clerk of 30 years.
Community Relations, RHS
Photo By RHS
Android Walking Tour Ap for $2.75
City Walking maps of Olde Towne Loop, Rookery Loop, and Bridle Trails Loop