Seattle Olympic Sculpture Park The Olympic Sculpture Park was established by the Seattle Art Museum in the Seattle Coastal Docklands. It is located in the open space between Seattle's coastal road and rail lines. There are many large modern sculptures in the park, and there are pedestrian paths. Visitors can walk on the sculptures, beside them, and among them. In addition, the park will also exhibit extraordinary sculptures from time to time. Time magazine described the park as a "kinetic energy zone" for Seattle by combining nature and art with the city.
Always a nice walk thru the Sculpture Park. Waling distance from the Seattle Waterfront.
Great views all around the park and really cool sculptures. Definitely worth a visit.
Gorgeous setting to watch a beautiful Seattle summer sunset.