By continuing to use this website, you consent to cookies. Please review our Privacy Policy for further details.

Gas Works Park

ABOUT THIS POINT OF INTEREST
ABOUT THIS POINT OF INTEREST

Located on the shores of Lake Union, Gas Works Park was established in 1975 after a decade-long renovation of a coal gasification plant. Today, the park is now considered a member of the National Register of Historic Places. One of the park’s most noteworthy features is its former boiler house, a building converted into a covered picnic area complete with tables and BBQ grills. Similarly, a former exhaust-compressor building was transformed into an open-air play barn. This child-friendly playground includes a maze of brightly painted machinery for little ones to explore while at Gas Works Park. Book our Scenic Seattle Tour to visit Gasworks Park.

Explore with Gray Line Seattle

From Mount Rainier’s majestic views to its bustling downtown, Seattle is a city worth exploring. Work with us to create a city guidebook geared specifically to you.

What Our Customers Say