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Olympic Sculpture Park

1,106 Reviews

Olympic Sculpture Park

1,106 Reviews
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2901 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98121-1025
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Ben F wrote a review Feb 12
Bloomington, Indiana576 contributions135 helpful votes
I had visited Seattle many times in the past, but never had I visited Olympic Sculpture Park, despite its position on my regional bucket list. Albeit small, the free park is a must-see for both art/design aficionados and the general public. It’s a genuine asset for the Seattle community. Sadly I happened to visit when it was sporadically raining, which wasn’t ideal by any means. Thanks to several covered picnic areas and Puget Sound lookout spots, though, visitors can reasonably make do with a bit of a shower. (That’s Seattle, eh??) All in all, please check out the Olympic Sculpture Park; it will be incredible!
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Steven T wrote a review Nov 2020
Seattle, Washington1,796 contributions35,940 helpful votes
The pandemic has taught me that I live in a pretty nice city. During normal times, I’m traveling all over the world. But the pandemic has taken that part of my life away from me. Thus, the pandemic has gotten me to explore my own city, Seattle. I have discovered that my hometown, Seattle, is one of the great cities in the world. Seattle is especially rich in public parks. One of the best parks is the Olympic Sculpture Park (OSP). The OSP is a part of the Seattle Art Museum (SAM). It is a lovely place to take a stroll and view sculpture art. It is an especially excellent place for sketch artists. There are many pieces for sketch artists to sketch. It is one of the most relaxing places in the entire city. The OSP is an exceptional place to take a stroll, walk your dog or admire the beauty of Seattle’s outdoor art.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Michael wrote a review Apr 2020
Woking, United Kingdom255 contributions179 helpful votes
Not being an avid art fanatic myself, I did not find the sculpture park very impressive, hence why I was happy I did not have to pay to see it. It was well maintained and offered a nice walk and good scenery, however I think the sculptures were a little too abstract and were not that great.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Boutip wrote a review Mar 2020
Gatineau, Canada600 contributions173 helpful votes
Nice park which provides good overview of the harbor. Good place to sit down and chill on of the multiple benches in the park. The different art/sculpture are also pleasant to look at. Not a must-do but good place to check-out.
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Date of experience: August 2019
Peter R wrote a review Mar 2020
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You need to be into sculptures to appreciate this, but otherwise its a good place for a walk as well.
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Date of experience: February 2020