Capitol Hill Restoration Society

Alleys of Capitol Hill – November 2021

Posted on August 21st, 2021

Capitol Hill has many hidden alleys and charming one-block streets with a past mix of residential and industrial uses and some of our most diverse populations.  Explore these unique communities, their houses and history, their ups and downs, who lived there in the past and who lives there now. Gessford Ct., Walter St., Kings Ct., Duvall Ct., Cluss Ct.

Take a virtual peek inside Undine & Carl Nash’s re-purposed-warehouse residence on Adolf Class Ct. SE.

Plan on walking about 2 miles in a little over an hour. Be prepared to walk in any weather; a raincoat or umbrella may be necessary. Comfortable shoes are a must.

Tickets ($15) are available through Eventbrite.
This tour is sold out but we hope to offer it again in the spring. There is still availability in the Parks and Resistance tours.
Tour Times: Sunday, November 14, 10:30 am and 1:30 pm




Modern alley dwellings on Duvall Ct. SE