Georgetown Steam Plant
This historical power plant is available to visit. Seattle City Light explains it as, "The Georgetown Steam Plant, a National Historic Landmark, stands today as a reminder of the era of electrification of America's cities and a time when industry was first attracted to Seattle by its inexpensive hydroelectric power and electric trolley car system. Built in 1906-1907 by the Seattle Electric Company on 18 acres of land along the Duwamish River, the plant was once at the center of the bustling residential and industrial activity in the rapidly growing Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle."
Open the second Saturday of every month from 10:00am to 2:00pm.
Events scheduled at Georgetown Steam Plant
Georgetown Steam Plant is open with tours at 11am and 1pm
[walks, hikes, and guided tours]
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Georgetown Steam Plant, Seattle
With most events being shut down due to efforts to help flatten the COVID-19 curve, we are going to start publishing other ideas to help businesses. Some of these ideas might be to help visit businesses that are still open, while others may be buying from them online while their physical locations are closed. If you have an idea for one, please feel free to add it as an event - and then we will help get it published. Stay strong Seattle! We will get through this together.