12 07 Olympic Manor Lights Up the Holiday Season POSTED BY Audrey McGill COMMENTS Photo Credit: Classical King FM 98.1 The North Seattle neighborhood of Crown Hill is home to Olympic Manor, which encompasses one of the highest concentrations of Mid-Century homes in the area. What better way to combine a love of Mid-Century design with the festivities of the holidays? Grab your friends, family, and some hot chocolate and get to Olympic Manor’s annual Christmas light show. Touted as one of the best Christmas light displays in the Seattle area, (It’s written in the Homeowner Association rules that homeowners should festively decorate for the holidays) this free (food donations are accepted) event even gives you an opportunity to get your photo snapped with Santa! Walking the neighborhood is a great way to see the houses at your own leisure, however driving through is also allowed. This festive event starts around Mid-December, and the primary entrance is Northwest 85th Street at 21st or 22nd Avenue Northwest, or also at Northwest 90th Street and 24th Avenue Northwest, Seattle. Related PostsOlympic Manor: Variety and ViewsLocal Architecture Firms Dream Up Gingerbread House CreationsSupport Modernism and Celebrate the Holidays with DoCoMoMo WEWASeattle Ushers In The Museum of Pop CultureThe Fabulous Aluminum Christmas Tree This entry was posted in Events, Mid-Century Modern, Seattle and tagged Mid-Century Christmas, Olympic Manor. Bookmark the permalink.