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Olympic Sculpture Park

Olympic Sculpture Park
ABOUT THIS POINT OF INTEREST
ABOUT THIS POINT OF INTEREST

Created by the Seattle Art Museum, Olympic Sculpture Park is an outdoor installation made up of modern and contemporary sculptures. Located in downtown Seattle, the park officially opened in 2007 and consists of a 9-acre outdoor sculpture museum, an indoor pavilion, and a beach right on the waters of Puget Sound. Open to the public with no admission fees, Olympic Sculpture Park showcases permanent sculptures, temporary works, and site-specific art. The park was created on one of the last pieces of undeveloped waterfront property in Seattle. Travel with our Must See Seattle Hop-On Hop-Off Pass to visit the Olympic Sculpture Park.

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