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Meet the Salmon-Safe Tour Guides at the main entrance to the Park at the corner of the Park at Broad and Western Ave at 2pm (2901 Western Ave, Seattle, WA)
Join the team of Salmon-Safe and Stewardship Partners for a walking tour of Olympic Sculpture Park for a tour of this award-winning nine-acre park on Seattle’s waterfront. The sculpture park offers monumental contemporary sculptures and breathtaking views of the Space Needle, Olympic Mountains, and Puget Sound. Stroll along a 2,200-foot path that zigzags from the pavilion to the water’s edge to tour the park and its surroundings.
The Seattle Art Museum resolved to return the site as much as possible to a functioning ecosystem, while providing a unique setting for outdoor sculpture and public recreation. This design afforded a wide range of environmental restoration processes, including brownfield redevelopment, salmon habitat restoration, native plantings, and urban ecological design strategies which helped them achieve Salmon-Safe certification in 2008.
Bring practical walking shoes, water bottle and umbrella as needed.GETTING TO THE PARK BY BUS:
There are 3 convenient bus routes getting to the Park from the Westin 5th Ave Lobby:
From the Westin Lobby, head NW towards Virginia Street. Turn left and head SW (towards the Sound). Turn right onto 3rd Ave. There will be a bus stop halfway down the first block where you will be get on.
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Once off the bus, go to the corner of 1st and Broad Street (you may need to backtrack half a block as the bus will be turning off of Broad Street). From that corner, head SW (towards the Sound) down Broad Street. The Olympic Sculpture Park will be on your right after walking 2 blocks.