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Located right along the water, this park is filled with over 20 sculptures, The park is 10 acres in size and associated with the Seattle Art Museum. It is an open, green park right on the bay. Most iconic and representative of Seattle is Calder's...More
This park is a great way to take in some art and stretch your legs, view the water, and enjoy some fresh air. The park connects to the pier/boardwalk area so if you want to get away from the crowds this is the place to...More
The park appears to be divided by the railway line as we could see some interesting sculptures but couldn't get to them. However, a nice walk along the shoreline and some great photo opportunities. We had some great weather and because it was Labour day...More
The Olympic Sculpture Park is an open area in the Belltown area of Seattle.
We called in to the Sculpture Park on our way from Pike Place Market to the Seattle Centre.
The sculpture's hold a fascination for anyone interested in the creative arts. With...More
After visiting the Sydney & Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden in New Orleans earlier this year, I was a bit disappointed with the Olympic Sculpture Park. The park has a limited number of sculptures and the setting/landscaping isn’t as lush as the Besthoff Garden. The sculptures...More
I've always been a fan of sculptures, and this is the place to go. The "Persephone Unbound" sculpture by Beverly Pepper is so inspiring, especially now with the Gingko trees as a contrast. Folks were milling about with kids, there are lots of chairs to...More
Clean park with a number of interesting sculptures. Weather was good so I guess that helped! Used by locals (e.g. joggers) and vistors alike it is a good place to come to if you need a break from the hustle and bustle of the city.
That probably depends a lot on the weather. If its a nice day, you could take a leisurely stroll if an hour to 1 1/2 hours. You could go through quickly in half an hour if the weather is not great. It is on either a gradual... More
That probably depends a lot on the weather. If its a nice day, you could take a leisurely stroll if an hour to 1 1/2 hours. You could go through quickly in half an hour if the weather is not great. It is on either a gradual incline or decent depending upon which direction you begin from. I hope that helps.