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Myrtle Edwards Park, Seattle

(4.6/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • 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. ...  more »
  • It came after the 8/2016, went to the Olympic Sculpture Park from the space needle. It was very beautiful views of the sea. I visited in the morning, but people are not so many, was good.
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  • I really love what it has wrought on this little stretch of beach along the waterfront! As a cyclist you can not help but love this fine park with undulating paths for pedestrians and cyclists was/joggare. A nice little park with beautiful trees and sculptures which enhance the quality of life and lowers the heart rate. 24 hours a day you will meet cyclists and joggers here.
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  • This place has some of the best views of the sound that Seattle can offer. It's a bit secluded, but that just means that it doesn't draw the crowds that Alki and Golden Gardens do, which is a huge plus. Also, the park is incredibly clean. This park offers art at the sculpture park and tiny rose gardens, fishing at the pier near the bait shop, 6+ miles of running/cycling, easy access to the water front and Queen Anne Beer Hall, and placards that tell a bit of Seattle's history.
  • One of my favorite Seattle spots! Great place to throw a blanket down, hang a hammock, or stroll around in. Great views of the mountains, passing boats, or now and then a sea lion (or are they harbor seals? I'm not sure).
  • I visited this park a few times while in Seattle on business. Mostly, I used the jogging trail while passing through. I also used the chin up bars and meandered through the rose garden. Great views from here.
  • A good place to have a walk or run. I have seen better but it is a good one in a big city.
  • Awesome business park. I'd go running during lunch everyday here if I could.