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rerBellevue wrote a review Oct 17
Bellevue, WA261 contributions98 helpful votes
I have lived in Seattle for most of my life, but this was my first visit to these gardens. What a treat! It makes me wonder what other gems I have missed. Even in mid October during midweek, it was well attended, but there is plenty of room. Free parking and admission.
Date of experience: October 2020
AnnElizabeth97123 wrote a review Sep 2020
Portland, Oregon838 contributions123 helpful votes
Lovely place for a walk. Not crowded on a Friday morning. Wild life (ducks, turtles, koi) can be seen.
Date of experience: September 2020
MisterC60 wrote a review Aug 2020
San Francisco, California7 contributions1 helpful vote
A must see destination and it’s free! Very popular with tourists and locals alike! Wear comfortable walking shoes to check out the well-maintained, well-manicured Japanese gardens, replete with a pool filled with koi goldfish. The Seattle number 106 bus, still free for all each way, takes visitors directly to Kubota Garden. I think folks will need to get off at 54th Avenue South? Masks are required of all riders on the bus and all visitors to Kubota Gardens! …
Date of experience: July 2020
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Pradeep Kaushal wrote a review Feb 2020
New Delhi, India764 contributions34 helpful votes
Very well maintained beautiful garden. Thoroughly enjoyed our family visit on a sunny and bright day. Must visit when in Seattle.
Date of experience: May 2019
M S wrote a review Dec 2019
Kyoto, Japan2 contributions2 helpful votes
We've lived in Seattle area for some time and never been here. Wish we had because it is great! Startingly good, city maintained Japanese garden. Well laid out, impressive specimens, large and artfully positioned boulders, waterfalls, etc. In unassuming neighborhood a bit off beaten path, but well worth the effort to find. Hidden gem.…
Date of experience: December 2019