The Pacific Northwest Historians Guild will present a history walk in Madison Park on Saturday, May 18, guided by the Pacific Northwest Historians Guild.

Historians and authors Junius Rochester and Jane Powell Thomas, author of “Madison Park Remembered,” will lead the 2.5-mile walk, which starts 10 a.m. May 18 at Pioneer Hall, 1642 43rd Ave. E. Look for tickets here.

“The walk will begin and end at historic 1910 Pioneer Hall (on the National Register of Historic Places) where Junius will tell the story of the oldest history organization in WA state, McGilvra and connection to Lincoln, Denny’s involvement, and more,” according to a news release. “Highlights of the Madison Park walk around one of Seattle’s oldest neighborhoods include: Seattle’s first baseball field, McGilvra’s 1890 Music Palace, 1888 ferry dock at the end of Madison Boulevard, Beaver lodge, 1913 McGilvra school, 1910 Hyde House (former Russian consulate), McGilvra’s 1867 Laurel Shade property, and 1905 Seattle Tennis Club.”