Seattle Historic Sephardic Jewish Tour Map

Tour of Historic Sephardic Seattle

Learn about Historic Sephardic Jewish Seattle through the words of community members who lived, learned, worked, prayed and played, in the Central District.

Click on the stop numbers to learn more about each location in a slide over information drawer that contains photos and additional links to learn more. Close the drawer by clicking on the left pointing arrow or select a different stop number. You can also begin by clicking on the slide over open icon at the top left of the map that will provide a list of all of the stop with their names. You can use your mouse to click and drag the map around, and scroll wheel to zoom in and out.

Seattle Historic Sephardic Jewish Map Tour

Tour Stops List with Links To Videos

Videos of the Tour Stops

Stop 1: Sephardic Bikur Holim

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Stop 3: Washington Hall

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Stop 4: Palace Grocery

Stop 5: Ezra Bessaroth Synagogue

Stop 7: Ahavath Ahim Synagogue

Stop 8: Ashkenazi Bikur Cholim

Stop 9: Settlement House

Stop 10: Tokuda Drugstore

Stop 11: Kirkor

Stop 14: Mikveh

Stop 15: Barber Alex Leif

Stop 16: Harris' Butcher

Stop 17: Condiotti's Confectionary

Stop 18: Kavanah Coffee House

Stop 19: Jack's Grocery

Stop 20: Economy Grocery

Stop 21: Sephardic Bikur Holim

Stop 22: Herzl Synagogue

Stop 23: Lippman's Bakery

Stop 24: Henry L. Yesler Memorial Library

Stop 25: Sam's Bakery

Stop 26: 24th Avenue Market

Stop 27: American Kosher Meat Market

Stop 28: Machzikay Hadath Synagogue

Stop 29: Garfield High School

Stop 30: Seattle Talmud Torah

Stop 31: White Kosher Meat Market

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Washington State Jewish Historical Society is dedicated to discovering, preserving, and disseminating the history of the Jews of Washington state and promotes interest in and knowledge of the life, history, and culture of the Jewish people and communities through publications, exhibits, displays, speakers, tours, and performance.