Seattle, Washington

Olympic Sculpture Park

The Seattle Art Museum’s newly opened Olympic Sculpture Park makes enjoying art a walk in the park. Situated on nine acres of downtown Seattle’s waterfront, the park is a landscape of native plants, art and sculpture and incredible views of the Olympic Mountains, Puget Sound and Seattle’s cityscape. Located in Belltown bordering Broad Street to the south, Bay Street to the north, Western Avenue to the east and Elliott Bay shoreline where it will connect to Myrtle Edwards Park to the west. Admission is free. View of the Valley, featuring Richard Serra’s Wake Photo: Paul Warchol [ info ]