Can't beat the scenery on this park. It's beautiful, it's so green! Within the park are Seattle Asian Art Museum, The Volunteer Park Conservatory, The Volunteer Park Water Tower, Playground, Pond, Picnic Area, The Black Sun art work by Noguchi, Plants, Lush gardens, Grass, Trees and more Trees! It doesn't feel like you're In the heart of the city. You also have a great view of the Space Needle from the park. It's free to walk in, it's family friendly, park is open till 10:00pm but some areas are not well lit up so take precautions. You can get lost in the dark if you intend to do some night walking. It's best to go when its bright and see all the beautiful sight this park has to offer. There's a minimal fee to go in the Conservatory and the Museum. If you are tourist and are staying within Capitol Hill, it is walkable. If you're staying Downtown, it's a bus ride from 3rd and Pike. Most of the Buses that goes to University of Washington goes there, or if you drive, there's ample parking space in the park. You can find more info through Seattle Parks and Recreation website!
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