This tour varies depending on group requests. In all, we feature 40 historic homes and interesting sites located east of Northwest 23rd Avenue between Couch and Kearney streets. Each of our tours highlights at least 25 of them within the 90-minute guided history walk.
Sundays at 2 p.m., various dates.
The Sigmund Sichel House
The Sigmund Sichel Family built their home at 725 NW 23rd Avenue between Irving and Johnson streets in the 1890s. The house still exists today as a retail location. For many years it housed the Orientale Motif Shop.
The Nathan Loeb House
The Nathan Loeb House was built by Rudolph Becker at 726 NW 22nd Avenue in 1893. Becker owned three houses in the same style on adjoining lots. Two were demolished in the 1940s. Dr. Jack Blumberg restored the remaining Queen Anne Victorian structure in the late 1970s.