Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle
Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle - Address, Phone Number
Address: 2901 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 06:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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About Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle
This 9 acre public park and beach is an outdoor sculpture museum affiliated to the Seattle Museum of Art. The only way to describe the artworks is to use words like breathtaking and innovative and thought-provoking. The sculptures are made of wood and steel and metal and water and granite - all materials of many colors, some with a dash of fibre glass. There are 18 permanent artworks, but throughout the year there is a cycle of visiting exhibitions. To properly appreciate it, you should read up on all the sculptures before you visit; that way you can dazzle novices with your insight when you're actually there.
Olympic Sculpture Park Information
- Paid parking in PACCAR Pavilion garage.
- TASTE cafe is open on weekends from Memorial Day to Labor Day; 10:30 AM – 3:30 PM.
- Wheelchairs available on a first come first serve basis.
- Keep pets on leash and clean p after them.
- Check out the extensive list of rules on the attraction website.
Olympic Sculpture Park Ticket Prices
- Guided tours are free.
- Entry is free.
Olympic Sculpture Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Actual opening hours are from 30 minutes after sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset.
- Guided tour times vary.
- November - February: weekends only: 10am-4pm
- March - October: Closed Mondays. Tuesday - Sunday: 10am-5pm
How To reach Olympic Sculpture Park by Public Transport
- Buses 1, 2, 8, 13, 15, 17, 18, 19, 24, 33 stop Denny Way & 2nd Ave N
- LINK and Buses 41, 74, 101, 102, 106, 150, 255, 550 stop Westlake Station
- Buses 83, 252, 255, 257, 268, 311, 510, 511, 512, 513, 545 stop 5th Ave & Pine St
- Buses 41, 106, 150, 308, 402, 405, 410, 412, 413, 415, 416, 417, 421, 422, 424, 425, 435, 577, 578, 590, 592, 594, 595 stop Stewart St & 4th Ave
Restaurants Near Olympic Sculpture Park
- Boat Street Cafe
- The Old Spaghetti Factory
- Aqua by El Gaucho
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Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle Reviews - Write a Review
So wonderful to stumble upon this spot. Clean and well-maintained park. Gorgeous spot to walk through on your way to Pike Place with a great view of ocean/mountain horizon on one side and Seattle city scape on the other.
nice scenic park. excellent for taking a stroll along the water. has interesting sculptures, nice views of the bay and a good spot to take a picture with the majestic space needle. perfect spot for picnic on a sunny day.
Lovely sculptures with a good number of benches. Definitely would be better on a sunny day with some blue skies to frame your pictures. Free WiFi is provided by the centre and they are also happy to let travellers charge their phones!!
The sculptures are spread out along the waterfront trails. It appears to be a great place to go for a run or bike for locals. However, as a tourist, I wouldn't recommend going out of your way to visit - especially if you have a sculpture park near your hometown. The sculptures are kind of underwhelming...
Talk a walk ladies and gentlemen! Through the path you will find varied art sculptures littered throughout the park and best of all, it's all free! If you want to take a family date here or jog then you will enjoy the park. Aside from the sculptures, it's not really anything mind blowing or amazing. There can be good photo opportunities but you'll probably just spend about 20 or 30 minutes here because once you see most of the sculptures which will lead you down by the piers, there is nothing else really to do. If you do have many places to go, I'd suggest doing those over this park honestly.