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Myrtle Edwards Park

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3130 Alaskan Way W, Seattle, WA 98121
+1 206-684-4075
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3130 Alaskan Way W, Seattle, WA 98121
+1 206-684-4075
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Reviewed 5 days ago

We arrived by cruise ship and decided to walk into the city from the terminal along Elliott Bay Trail that passes through the park. Beautiful views of the city and the islands.

Thank DJ_World_Traveller
Reviewed April 17, 2017 via mobile

This is one of the most beautiful parks in Seattle, with lots of grass and benches along a pedestrian walkway and bike path. Along the way are a rose garden, a totem pole, and outdoor workout gym, and salmon hatchery.

Thank loveDCA
Reviewed March 22, 2017

I spent a long afternoon walking around the waterfront and the Sculpture Garden. I decided to go to the path at the base of the Sculpture Garden and see where it led. I stopped at the Myrtle Edwards Park Pocket Beach. I had never heard...More

Thank ReaderPat
Reviewed February 7, 2017

On my visit to Seattle, I set aside a day where I explored pieces of public artwork in Seattle. Even though there is a booklet that specifies where public art is, I just made my way through downtown. This wasn’t on my list to visit...More

Thank WLH_Oz
Reviewed August 8, 2016 via mobile

We went due to the proximity to the Sculpture Park and the waterfront. We were hoping to see some seals or birds, but found the park to be fairly barren. Good scenery with the waterfront and good for a run, but don't expect much else.

Thank Jack D
Reviewed July 9, 2016 via mobile

My wife took a lyft (less than $10 from Pike Market) to get a break from all the busyness at Pike Market. It has decent views but nothing really special. I can see this being nice on a bike ride. Kerry Park is definitely nicer.

Thank ASColunga
Reviewed July 1, 2016

Its a very peaceful place to walk or run. A separate path for bikes gives you the piece of mind that your safe. There is an old mill on the way with is very unique as you travel along the water front, there are some...More

Thank Miike2000
Reviewed June 6, 2016

Myrtle Edwards Park is a beautiful park to walk, bike, or jog along. My early morning exercise was a break from the hustle of the downtown. The views of the bay and the peaceful setting makes this park a must visit if you're staying downtown.

Thank warrdogg
Reviewed March 23, 2016

Myrtle Edwards Park is a one and a half mile walk/bike trail along the Elliott Bay section of Puget Sound. Walking through the beautiful park taking in the sights and movement on Puget Sound as well as viewing the Olympic Mts. is a lovely experience....More

Thank Lisa B
Reviewed January 26, 2016

This park is a welcome break from the noise and activity of the big city, and it is just a walk away. Lying along Elliott Bay just north of downtown and west of the Space Needle, the park has places to sit and enjoy the...More

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