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Bloedel Reserve is that perfect place for people who appreciate nature. There is a wide variety of picturesque views and many plants and animals to enjoy observing. A beautifulJapanese teahouse and excellent gift house are a couple highlights. The pumpkins were also really fun to...More
We weren't sure about visiting this place but it turned out to be one of the best places I visited during my Seattle trip. A beautiful, peaceful walk around the woods and to top it all the mansion at the hilltop was the highlight. There...More
What a treat to have a local tell me to visit here while my brief trip to the island. A calm, peaceful walk through partial wooded areas, big open fields with a pay off of walking along the cliffs where the Bloedel Mansion is. I...More
Our fall in the PNW has been unseasonably warm this year and the foliage at Bloedel today did not disappoint. The grounds are just gorgeous, very well maintained and an easy walk through a variety of visual and stunning areas. The zen garden, the reflection...More
Manicured pathways lead you through beautiful, forested areas and to a lovely home which is open for viewing. The highlight for me was another home of Japanese architecture. A wonderful way to spend a couple of hours.
Serenity made for a perfect day. Calm. Peaceful. Harmonic conversion. In touch with earth. Japanese gardens were perfect, as if no human hand had touched it. Japanese maples were abundant; think of fall colors in October. I want to come back many times.
Response from Victoria B | Reviewed this property |
It's a bit mysterious. On the website, the Reserve is definitely listed as open on Labor Day, although that is a Monday and they are normally closed Mondays. Also summer hours are given for May 26 – Sept 2, while Regular... More
It's a bit mysterious. On the website, the Reserve is definitely listed as open on Labor Day, although that is a Monday and they are normally closed Mondays. Also summer hours are given for May 26 – Sept 2, while Regular (off-season) hours begin Sept 4. which makes it sound as if it's closed on Labor Day, Sept 3.
My suggestion would be to call them at: (206) 842-7631 to find out what's really true.