The Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle is open daily, all year round. It opens 30 minutes before sunrise and closes 30 minutes after sunset.
As an outdoor place, the Olympic Sculpture Park is more attractive during the warmer months. Plan your visit for a clear sunny day to take an enjoyable stroll, or come in the evening to watch the sunset.
The park gives its visitors an opportunity to experience a variety of massive artworks in an outdoor setting. It features monumental sculptures by influential modern artists such as Richard Serra, Ellsworth Kelly, and Tony Smith.
In addition to the art, this 9-acre open-air place offers a 2,200-foot-long pedestrian route, picnic areas, and numerous benches and chairs to sit in and gaze at the sea. The park, located on the waterfront, faces Puget Sound fjord and allows you to enjoy fantastic views of the Olympic Mountains.
The Olympic Sculpture Park is located in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, at 2901 Western Avenue. To get there by public transportation, take bus routes 1, 2, 8, 13, 15, 17, 18, 24, or 33 to Denny Way & 2nd Ave N and then take a 5-minute walk via Broad Street.
Take a stroll through the park and accompany the monumental enigmatic ECHO sculpture in looking at Elliott Bay with our self-guided audio tour Artistic Seattle: Engaging with the Extraordinary. It will help you to explore Seattle's urban art scene and discover unique public art pieces of different styles, forms, and colors.
The Olympic Sculpture Park is free to visit.