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Kerry Park

Kerry ParkNearby City

4.6/5137 Reviews
City Park
Monday-Sunday 6:00-22:00 (Local time)
Kerry Park in Seattle is a hillside park that gives an excellent view to the Seattle skyline, especially thanks to the steel sculpture "Changing Form" that stands in the middle of the park. The park is located at 211 W. Highland Drive in Seattle and is managed by the Seattle Parks and Recreation Department. If you are a photography fan, you are sure to enjoy the unique view of the Space Needle and all of Seattle in panoramic beauty. The park is open to the public throughout the year and weddings and other events may be held on the site. An excellent place to picnic or just enjoy a sunny afternoon, Kerry Park is walking distance from dozens of hotels and museums, making it a highlight of any trip into the city. Oddly, the park is referred to (incorrectly) as "Highland Park" because of its position on Highland Drive.
Seattle Aquarium

Seattle AquariumNearby City

4.4/5145 Reviews
Sun - Sat 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
It isn’t just a fun place to see creatures of the deep, touch the wonders of the tide pools, and come face-to-face with adorable marine mammals. The aquarium, located on the waterfront, next to the Omnidome, is also a champion of marine conservation and education. A visit here means heaps of excitement and discovery for visitors of all ages but it also means you’ll be leaving with a souvenir better than a plush harbor seal; a fresh perspective of the vital ocean ecosystem and its inhabitants. Whether it’s seeing the tenacity of the spawning fish on the salmon ladder or marveling at the diversity and quantity of life in the 25,000 gallon Pacific Coral Reef exhibit, you’re sure to come away with an invaluable new respect for marine life.
Olympic Sculpture Park

Olympic Sculpture ParkNearby City

4.4/557 Reviews
City Park
Sun - Sat 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Local time)
It is safe to say that you are arranging an excursion to Seattle, Washington whenever sooner rather than later? On the off chance that you said yes, and you appreciate historical centers, you should set aside the opportunity to visit Olympic Sculpture Park. The Olympic Sculpture Park is open 365 days a year and affirmation is constantly allowed to the general population. This historical center highlights displays from all over the globe. You can see workmanship from Africa, America, Europe, Japan, Korea and substantially more here. The gathering really contains around 23,000 unique items. Different occasions include: Teen Night Out and even guided visits.
Green Lake Park

Green Lake ParkNearby City

4.4/537 Reviews
City Park
Open air, adventure, exercise and a nature experience can all be found rolled into one at Green Lake Park in the middle of urban North Seattle. The Pacific Northwest is known for water, mountains and forests and Green Lake Park encompasses it all. This lake offers a natural haven in the middle of the city. Parkland surrounds the lake, which is warm enough for a swim during the summer and hosts a number of boating events. A private company, located opposite the Small Craft Center, rents paddle boats, row boats, canoes and kayaks so that visitors can cruise the lake in the style that fits their needs and sense of adventure. If water is not your cup of tea, a 2.8-mile hiking and jogging path will let you commune with nature. Kids can play on the playground and a variety of sports fields on the lawn area allows for tennis, baseball and basketball.
Seattle Great Wheel

Seattle Great WheelNearby City

4.5/593 Reviews
Ferris Wheel
Washington Park Arboretum

Washington Park ArboretumNearby City

4.5/519 Reviews
Botanical Garden
Sunday - Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm (Local time)
Carving out a large chunk of downtown Seattle, Washington, is the stunning and peaceful frailty of the Washington Park Arboretum. Nestled in the urban diversity of Seattle, the University of Washington’s Botanic Gardens hosts a rarity of nature—similar to Central Park in New York City. The Arboretum features plant life from all around the world, from China and Australia to Chile and New Zealand. In addition, there is extensive space devoted to the Japanese Garden which does include a small fee (the rest of the gardens are free). Besides wandering amongst the flowers there are plenty of tours available, as well as canoe and kayak rentals.
Gas Works Park

Gas Works ParkNearby City

4.6/539 Reviews
City Park
Sun - Sat 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM (Local time)
Matthews Beach Park

Matthews Beach ParkNearby City

4.1/518 Reviews
City Park
Woodland Park Zoo

Woodland Park ZooNearby City

4.6/542 Reviews
October 1st - April 30th 9:30-16:00, May 1st - September 30th: 9:30-18:00. (Local time)
Bellevue Demonstration Garden

Bellevue Demonstration GardenNearby City

5/51 Reviews
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Botanical Garden