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Olympic Sculpture Park / Seattle, Washington

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After checking in to our hotel on our first day in Seattle, we took a short walk over to Olympic Sculpture Park. The scale of the sculptures is amazing and the grounds were really nice. It was easy enough to walk our stroller through and wasn’t crowded. Søren wasn’t quite old enough to enjoy the beauty of the art, but he was really into the gravel from the walkways (Aye, toddlers!).

Olympic Sculpture Park
2901 Western Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121

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2 comments

  1. I loved this park as well when I was visiting. So much space for little kids to run around!
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    1. Yes, it was nice! I just had to worry about Søren touching the art. XD