Kelly Park viewing platform is actually small, the visual length is not more than 100 meters, but the location is excellent, the popularity is very strong, the viewing platform gathered a lot of tourists and photographers. Standing on the terrace, the city of Seattle, the landmark buildings - the Space Needle Tower, the Eliot Bay are all in sight, and the snow-capped Mount Rainier in the distance seems to be in front of us. Inside the stone fence of the viewing platform, there is a nameplate, which records that a steel sculpture, Changing Form, was donated by Kerry and his wife to Seattle in 1927 for citizens to stay here and enjoy the scenery. Creation: Doris Totten Chase, American female sculptor, and a descendant of Kerry and his wife. The statue is 4.6 meters high and is a popular theme for Seattle photographers and a place for children to play. The traffic from downtown Seattle to Kelly Park is quite convenient. Buses No. 2 and No. 13 run every 15 minutes. Take 11 stops and get off at the intersection of Queen Anne Avenue and Highland Avenue West. Walk two blocks to Kelly Park.