Olympic Sculpture Park
Operating as an offshoot of the Seattle Art Museum, Olympic Sculpture Park is a fun, fresh-air stop for any group!
This 9-acre outdoor sculpture museum and beachfront area first opened as such in 2007, the public park area located just 1 mile north of the Seattle Art Museum. The spot is covered in 'monumental artworks' and is known as Seattle's largest downtown green space.
It is acknowledged by the museum and artists that this land is historically that of the Coast Salish Peoples, something you will learn more about if you choose to take the Site, Sculpture, Shoreline: Discovering the Olympic Sculpture Park public tour. This tour is about an hour long and will teach your group all about the history of the land, the landscape design, and discuss selected sculptures along the way.