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.