The Olympic Sculpture Park began as a commitment between the Seattle Art Museum and the Trust for Public Land, and quickly grew into a green mecca of architectural art and beautifully crafted landscapes. The park contains mathematical sculptures, new-wave basket weaving and the artistic greenhouse designed by the likes of artists Tony Smith, Pedro Reyes and Mark Dion. The Olympic Sculpture Park has big plans for restoring Seattle's local environment by introducing new engineered soil to reduce rain runoff and encourage native plants and wildlife nearby. The views include both the Seattle port and the Olympic mountain range. Admission is free all year long.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 06:00 AM to 06:00 PM
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- Credit Cards Accepted: amex
- Nearest Train: Westlake Avenue & 9th Avenue