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Olympic Sculpture Park

Elliot Bay Trail with kids Seattle, Seattle waterfront and pier, over looking from the grassy hills on the Sculpture Park.


2901 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 

Immersive 360 Virtual View of Olympic Sculpture Park


Hey there! Ready to escape the hustle and bustle of Seattle? Look no further than the gorgeous Olympic Sculpture Park! It’s definitely a must-visit location. Take a peaceful stroll or a casual walk, inhale the fresh air, and soak up the incredible beauty of contemporary art. You’ll be in awe, surrounded by a stunning backdrop of the city skyline and the amazing Puget Sound. And the best part is – you don’t have to pay a penny!

Make sure you allow enough time to explore all this nine-acre park has to offer: discover the fascinating history of the park, examine its outstanding architectural features, and learn about the incredible artists behind the fantastic sculptures that decorate it. It’s an amazing setting to unwind, relax, and find inspiration from the beauty of nature and art. Located on Seattle’s waterfront and being Seattle’s largest downtown green space, it’s a truly exceptional and award-winning sculpture park.

Don’t forget to check out the public beach, indoor pavilion and take a leisurely walk along the scenic path that links to nearby parks! Though there aren’t any playgrounds, kids will still appreciate the play area inside the indoor section. What are you waiting for? Come and visit the Olympic Sculpture Park and discover why it is the most precious gem among Seattle’s many attractions!

Olympic Sculpture Park Hours and Parking

The Olympic Sculpture Park is the perfect outdoor destination year-round! And guess what? It’s totally free and open to the public each and every day. You can enter 30 minutes prior to sunrise and stay until 30 minutes after sunset. While you’re there, be sure to check out the PACCAR Pavilion, which is open from 9 am until 4 pm every day. If you’re driving, pay parking is available in the PACCAR Pavilion garage, or test your luck with street parking. You’ll find the entrance to the garage on the southeast corner of the park at Broad St and Western Ave, and the garage is open from 6 am to 11 pm daily.

Olympic Sculpture Park Video

Elliott Bay Trail

If you’re planning a trip to the Olympic Sculpture Park, make sure you bring your stroller, bike, or scooter and hit up the fully paved trail on Elliott Bay. It’s located right next to the park and is perfect for kids. The trail runs through both the Olympic Sculpture Park and Myrtle Edwards Park, offering a great variety of terrain with stunning views of Puget Sound. Whether you’re looking to take in the urban density or enjoy a more natural setting, this trail has got something for everyone. So come on down and take a little break from the hustle and bustle of Seattle. You won’t regret it!

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