50 Things to do in Seattle – #39

Olympic Sculpture Park

The Olympic Sculpture Park is a 9-acre, free-admission open air park at the northern end of Seattle’s seawall (Pier 70.) It is owned and maintained by @seattleartmuseum and contains several permanent sculpture exhibits as well as some rotating sculptures. The “Olympic” part of the name is a nod to the incredible views of the Olympic Mountain range to the west that the park proudly displays. The park opened in January of 2007 and is one of the many beautiful and free parks our city has to offer.

The park welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors each year and is one of our favorite places to enjoy a picnic or simply a cup of coffee while taking in the view. We pass by this park on most Totally Seattle City driving tours but would recommend taking your time to explore the park and the Myrtle Edwards park directly to the north for walks along the true shoreline of Seattle. Email us at [email protected] or call 206.522.5994 for assistance with booking your Private Seattle Tour today.