Summer Sculpture in Seattle
Want to see some art, but don’t want to spend the day indoors? Visit downtown Seattle’s largest green space, The Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park. Along the 2,200 foot zigzagging path, scope out work by artists including Richard Serra, Tony Smith, Ellsworth Kelly, Mark diSuvero, and more. This month, the park hosts yoga classes, tours, performances, art-making workshops and more. Take advantage before the fall sets in.
Ready for a picnic? Stop by Taste to pick up fresh fare.
Open and free to the public 365 days a year. Opens 30 minutes prior to sunrise and closes 30 minutes after sunset.