• The Spanish baroque-influenced St. James Cathedral, 804 Ninth Ave., was dedicated in 1907 and underwent an interior renovation in 1994.
• Dedicated in 1931, St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral, 1245 10th Ave. E., anchors the north end of the hill.
• Mount Zion Baptist Church, 1634 19th Ave., is a major player in Seattle’s civil-rights movement. The Rev. Samuel B. McKinney served as pastor here and was the “conscience of Seattle,” for more than four decades.
Renowned artist James W. Washington Jr.’s granite sculpture “The Oracle of Truth” stands outside.
• “Millionaires’ Row” runs from 14th Avenue East from East Prospect Street (at Volunteer Park) south to East Roy Street. These are splendid streets of conspicuous wealth derived from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Gatzert, 1301 E. Yesler Way, (206) 252-2810
Lowell, 1058 E. Mercer St., (206) 252-3020
Stevens, 1242 18th Ave. E., (206) 252-3400
Washington, 2101 S. Jackson St., (206) 252-2600
Garfield, 400 23rd Ave.,
(206) 252-2270 Nova Alternative, 300 23rd Ave. (206) 252-3500
Secondary Bilingual Orientation Center/Seattle World School,
301 21st Ave. E., (206) 252-2200
Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Ave. Free admission and free parking. www.fryemuseum.orgSeattle Asian Art Museum 1400 E. Prospect St., in Volunteer Park. Host to an extensive permanent collection of Asian art. www.seattleartmuseum.org