NW Digs: Seattle's Most Interesting Parks
Since the weather is starting to show some consistent Vitamin D, we thought it only made sense to explore some of the unique parks throughout our beautiful city!
Here Are Our Top 7 Picks: Seattle's Most Interesting Parks
1. Olympic Sculpture Park. Located right in the heart of downtown, this park has over 22 sculptures, some with a sense of humor!
2. Fremont Canal Park. Located on the North end of the Ship Canal near the Fremont Bridge, this gem is the perfect place to watch the marine traffic, take in some sun, and ponder what you will be ordering across the bridge at Ponti Seafood Grill for dinner. ;)
3. Gasworks Park. We wouldn't dare forget this amazing eye candy! This park, registered as a National Historic Monument, sits grand with remnants of an old coal gasification plant from the early 1900's.
4. Volunteer Park Conservatory. Once called,"City Park," Volunteer Park was developed in 1878 by the famous Olmsted Brothers architects. Beautiful greenhouses, gardens, architecture and scenery make this park truly memorable!
5. Kubota Park. This Seattle gem is a Japanese Garden, located in the heart of the Lake Washington arboretum. Walk through trails of beautiful flowers, a Koi pond, and the perfect Feng Shui vibe.
6. Golden Gardens State Park. If you love extraordinary views of the Puget Sound, Olympic Mountains, and bonfires, then this is your perfect match!
7. Bhy Khracke Park. This unique park is the perfect example of maximizing space. Located in Queen Anne, it winds up the hill, with beautiful rhododendrons lining it, benches for gazing, and a play area for the kiddos. The gorgeous views of our city are an added bonus!