Located on land that is essentially part of the Mercer Slough Nature Park, the Winters House is the only publicly accessible building in Bellevue on the National Register of Historic Places. It has been extensively restored to serve as the visitor's center to Mercer Slough Nature Park, headquarters to the Bellevue Historical Society, and availability for rental for various events.
The house was the homestead house for the farm that once occupied the surrounding lands. Among other plants grown here, there was an extensive number of flowers for a number of different occasions in the region for several decades.
How to Get Here:
Located just north of the south Bellevue Park and Ride and the entrance to the Mercer Island Nature Park, the house has a small dedicated parking lot as well. From Seattle you can get here on SoundTransit bus route 550, or take Interstate 90 to Bellevue Way. The entrance will be on your right soon after the park and ride lot. The official address is 2102 Bellevue Way SE.