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Seattle Japanese Garden, Seattle

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TripAdvisor
  • The Japanese Gardens are part of the University of Washington Campus, but they have their own extra entrance fee ($ 6 for adults). However, it is completely worth it. The gardens were serene and magni...  more »
  • Be ready to do some walking to enjoy the beautiful Japanese Garden. Trees, flowers, ponds and streams, fish, and more. It is a must see sight in Seattle.  more »
  • $6 fee-no parking was available on the weekend so I went back midweek-no problem parking and found the park not too crowded. Good for photos.  more »
Google
  • Beautiful garden. small on the size though. It has a small pond with plenty of fish and turtles. Entertaining for kids. Water looked very dirty.
  • Absolutely breathtaking, quiet, serene - perfect on a gorgeous, sunny day. Birds can be heard chirping and the sound of footsteps on gravel is even relaxing!
  • This is a must do destination any time you go to the Washington Arboretum in Seattle or if you want to enjoy the plantings and wildlife found in this fantastic Japanese Garden.
  • Nestled into a quiet little corner, this park could be easy to miss. We spent about a 1/2 hour looking about and enjoying a bench. We loved it!!! It's free, magical, and quick. A must add for your Dallas adventures!
  • A serene garden to view fall and summer colors. The garden features a large central pond filled with colorful koi and a platoon of turtles that come out to bask on sunny days. The garden itself isn'to huge, it's half the size of the the Japanese garden in Portland. Nevertheless, it's still a a lovely place to walk through and photograph. The garden pathways are gravel so you don't have to worry about your shoes getting muddy.