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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.
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Great place to walk around. The terrain is made of small rocks, so wear comfortable shoes. You can easily walk to Myrtle Edward's park or walk to downtown.
Beautiful views at this open air museum. I wish I could get here during the warmer months. They have concerts on the steps coming into the park. Walking along the water on the edge of the park never gets old. I really do think security needs to be armed here though. The sculptures are modern and meant to be interpreted. I would be surprised if everyone arrives at the same end. Be careful of the "City Dwellers" (People who can still afford to live in Seattle) whizzing by on their backs or out for a run.
A beautiful park. In the summer, it has awesome views of the Olympics at sunset. In the winter, it's still nice to wander between the statues and get away from the busy Seattle downtown and find some peace.
I love this park. It is always clean and easy to move around. Great place for family's. There are Ducks to feed, fishing and a nice playground.
Really beautiful and interesting sculptures. The garden was well kept. And we really enjoyed walking around. It's a nice little haven in a busy city.