Volunteer Park

Row 1

1247 15th Ave E
Seattle, WA 98112
(206) 684-4075
Park, Playground
Mon–Sun: 6:00 AM–10:00 PM

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  • Go to Volunteer Park water tower. Climb to the top. Find your neighborhood. Imagine Seattle 100 years ago.
  • This park is home to one of Seattle's best views, a historic water tower, a conservatory built in 1912, and Seattle Asian Art Museum.
  • relax in the shade with a book and some lunch
  • None of you know about the best part of VP... The secret tunnel...
  • Enjoy the strange juxtaposition of life (kids playing at the playground) and death (the cemetery right through the chain link fence).
  • Look at the Space Needle through "Black Sun" http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Sun_(sculpture)
  • Don't go when the weather is predicting a beautiful sunny day!! Always go when the Weatherman says it's going to rain ! Lo
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  • Beautiful!!
  • Rainbows flags be flyin'!!
  • Go there on a sunny day and enjoy the Sun, trees and green grass :)
  • Love this park!
  • Asian Art Museum & The Volunteer Park Conservatory are closed on Mondays
  • Nap in the sun
  • Feel the burn in your legs as you climb the historic water tower and be rewarded with a beautiful 360 view of Seattle!
  • Take your doggy here!
  • Go find the carniverous plants in the conservatory, and then soothe your frightened spirit by looking at the orchids.
  • Visit the conservatory, or play frisbee by the art museum.
  • 10/10 go to the black hole sun, whether youre a local or not. The view of the space needle is amazing
  • The walk up to the top of the tower is worth it. The tight staircase is super cool.

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