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Parks and Gardens of Seattle

Seattle is known as being a hub for innovation and culture. What is often less appreciated is its setting in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Whether you are looking for some green space between the skyscrapers, or quiet and stunning wilderness away from it all, Seattle and its surrounds have got you covered. "Olympic Overlook" by bjackrian is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

  • 1.

    Discovery Park

    Discovery Park

    Seattle's largest park is located on the coast of the Puget Sound with 12 miles of trails to explore.

  • 2.

    Alki Beach Park

    Alki Beach Park

    This West Seattle beach was the first one ever opened to the public on the West Coast.

  • 3.

    Lake Union Park

    Lake Union Park

    Take a boat out on the water and learn about Seattle's maritime history and culture.

  • 4.

    Washington Park Arboretum

    Washington Park Arboretum

    An oasis of trees, lakes, and wetlands complete with Seattle's famous Japanese garden on Union Bay

  • 5.

    Olympic National Park

    Olympic National Park

    Located just 2 hours outside of the city, Olympic is a must-see destination for visitors to Seattle .

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