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Olympic Sculpture Park

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TripExpert Score based on reviews in 9 publications
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Badge 93

Outstanding

say expert reviewers

Top 1% in Seattle About the TripExpert Score

9 expert recommendations

55

Afar Magazine

Here's a bold claim: the Olympic Sculpture Park might just have something for everyone. Located on the waterfront, not far from Pike Place Market, it features great views of Puget Sound... Full review →

8

Condé Nast Traveler

Stare in awe at large-scale works... while taking in gorgeous views of the Puget Sound. Full review →

6

Fodor's Tick Choice

This 9-acre open-air park is the spectacular outdoor branch of the Seattle Art Museum. The Sculpture Park is a favorite destination for picnics, strolls, and quiet contemplation. Full review →

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Frommer's 34

Covering 9 acres of hillside, the Olympic Sculpture Park stretches from Belltown down to the waterfront at Myrtle Edwards Park. Full review →

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Lonely Planet Tick Top Choice

Hovering over train tracks, in an unlikely oasis between the water and busy Elliott Ave, is the 8.5-acre, $85-million Olympic Sculpture Park. Full review →

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Michelin Guide 53

Visitors will be treated to views of Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound as well as of works by Calder, Sierra, Nevelson and Oldenburg. Full review →

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Not For Tourists

Ambitious venue for the SAM's sculpture collection. Full review →

12

Travel + Leisure

This nine-acre waterfront spread is arguably the most gorgeous addition to the Seattle Art Museum (it even outshines the recently renovated main museum, about a mile away). Full review →

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Where

Walk among more than 20 outdoor sculptures by acclaimed artists in this nine-acre waterfront park. Works include “Wake” by Richard Serra and “Eagle” by Alexander Calder. Free admission. Full review →

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