Humboldt North Pavilion

 

The Humboldt North Pavilion costs $70 per day to reserve and capacity of the site is 75 visitors. The pavilion includes a small barbecue grill.

 

 

about the Humboldt North Pavilion

This shelter is one of two octagonal pavilions built in 1870-71, which were based on designs by Eugene Greenleaf. They are referred to as the "Humboldt" pavilions because of their proximity to the monumental bronze statue of Alexander von Humboldt erected in 1878. The Humboldt North pavilion is distinguished from its southern partner by its latticed weather vane cupola and its gold and dark green color scheme.