When: Sat., May 12, 12-4 p.m. and Sun., May 13, 12-4 p.m. 2018
This year’s Mother’s Day weekend historic homes tour hosted by the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture takes place in a picturesque pocket of the lower South Hill surrounding St. John’s Cathedral. Private homes on display this year, built from 1909 to 1935, include several contributing to the Rockwood Historic District. Homes range from classic Craftsman bungalows to the Tudor Revival style. Guests will also have an opportunity to tour the cathedral, built in the 1920s and considered still to be one of the best examples of classic Gothic architecture in the U.S. Though the tour is offered both Saturday and Sunday, the cathedral is only open on Sunday, from 2-4 pm, with guided tours at 2:15 and 3:15 pm. Tickets can be purchased in advance at the MAC, or the day of on the front lawn of the Paulsen House (245 E. 13th Ave.).
Sat, May 12 and Sun, May 13 from noon-4 pm • $15/MAC members; $20/non-members • Spokane’s lower South Hill • northwestmuseum.org