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Olympic Sculpture Park


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2901 Western Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121

 (206) 654-3100

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"I am sure you have your plans while in the cities, but while in Seattle I recommend the Chihuly Garden and Glass, Olympic Sculpture Park, Pioneer Square and of course the Pike Place Market."  See More

"Olympic Sculpture Park is near downtown and includes both sculptures and a path along Elliot Bay."  See More

"Olympic Sculpture Park/Myrtle Edwards Park, Gas Works Park, the Ballard Locks, Kerry Park, Discovery Park -- all free and all amazing."  See More

"Experience Music Project, Olympic Sculpture Park"  See More

"Pike Place Market is always a fun place to visit even if you don't plan on spending any money. If you go, make sure you watch the fish throwing and to visit the gum wall. You can visit Alki Beach and enjoy walking along the boardwalk or play some beach volleyball. Also, the Pacific Science Center isn't free but it's $20 per adult for general admission and you could probably find some coupons. If you make it down to Tacoma the Museum of Glass is an amazing place to visit and is $15 per adult. If you're really hoping to go to lots of Seattle's museums, it would be a better deal to buy a city pass. They're $69 per adult and it gives you admission to 5 attractions (1- the Space Needle, 2- Seattle Aquarium, 3- Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour, 4- EMP Museum or Woodland Park Zoo, and 5- Pacific Science Center or Chihuly Garden and Glass). If you can afford it, I highly recommend it (!"  See More

"Pike Place Market is always a fun place to visit even if you don't plan on spending any money. If you go, make sure you watch the fish throwing and to visit the gum wall. You can visit Alki Beach and enjoy walking along the boardwalk or play some beach volleyball. Also, the Pacific Science Center isn't free but it's $20 per adult for general admission and you could probably find some coupons. If you make it down to Tacoma the Museum of Glass is an amazing place to visit and is $15 per adult. If you're really hoping to go to lots of Seattle's museums, it would be a better deal to buy a city pass. They're $69 per adult and it gives you admission to 5 attractions (1- the Space Needle, 2- Seattle Aquarium, 3- Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour, 4- Experience Music Project or Woodland Park Zoo, and 5- Pacific Science Center or Chihuly Garden and Glass). If you can afford it, I highly recommend it (!"  See More

"Seattle Art Museum and Olympic Sculpture Park, as Adam mentioned, are both great if you can take advantage of the first Thursday timing."  See More

"You have a couple choices: if you come in the next few weeks, it's still before the cruise ships start coming in, and you can probably enjoy any of the really touristy spots (Pike Place Market, Olympic Sculpture Park, Space Needle) that you've never seen with marginally less crowds."  See More

"The Olympic Sculpture Park is a killer place for art and a sunset."  See More

"The location is spot on, because you're 5 blocks from the Space Needle, Olympic Sculpture Park and a 15-20 minute walk away from Pike St."  See More

"Pike Place Market, Olympic Sculpture Park, Alki Beach Park, Ballard Locks"  See More

"If it's a nice day a walk through the Olympic Sculpture Park is a great place for seeing outdoor sculpture art and with pretty views of the waterfront."  See More

"I live in Belltown, so I usually head for Elliott Bay Trail, and sometimes cut through the Olympic Sculpture Park on my way to the waterfront."  See More

"Hotel-wise: the Edgewater Hotel is nice-- it literally hangs over the water and is right near the Olympic Sculpture Park, which has a lot of great art and a killer view."  See More

"After you pick up your car--perhaps Sonoma Valley; Highway 1 north of SF; Seattle: Pike Place Market; Pioneer Square; Seattle Art Museum; Olympic Sculpture Park; Ferry to Bainbridge Island."  See More

"It's also near to Olympic Sculpture Park, which is great to walk thru."  See More

"Plus the ferry/wharf and Olympic Sculpture Park."  See More

"2) Olympic Sculpture Park & waterfront trail: IF it's nice, this is a great area to spend some time in & just wander."  See More

"You're also right near the Olympic Sculpture Park, so give that a look, and if you're feeling extra athletic, walk up to Capital Hill to visit Elliott Bay Book Company, my favorite spot in the entire city, and check out the gorgeous Seattle Public Library - Central Library on the way."  See More

"Walk further west along the waterfront you'll approach the Olympic Sculpture Park, located at the edge of Elliot Bay and free to the public."  See More

"It's walkable to the Olympic Sculpture Park and Pike Place Market."  See More








   
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