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Washington State

Olympic Sculpture Park

This nine-acre sculpture park features a 2,500-foot descending, Z-shaped path connecting the Belltown neighborhood in downtown Seattle with a beach on the waterfront. The path takes visitors past a range of permanent and rotating sculptures and major works by world-renowned artists such as Richard Serra, Alexander Calder and Mark di Suvero, while allowing visitors to take in the scenery offered by Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. The park also features the PACCAR Pavilion, a glass and steel structure that houses a fluctuating exhibit, public event space as well as a café.

The Gates Amphitheater sits adjacent to the pavilion, featuring descending grass terraces for outdoor films and performances. The Olympic Sculpture Park is open to the public, free of charge.

2901 Western Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 206.654.3100

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