Museums & Attractions
Our park lands are home to a variety of museums, special gardens, and attractions.
Center for Wooden Boats
Museum of Science and Industry (MOHAI)
Pratt Fine Arts Center
Located in Pratt Park, Pratt Fine Arts Center offers classes for all skill levels and abilities. It is the only facility in the Northwest where absolute beginners and established professional artists work side-by-side creating art in glass, sculpture, jewelry and metalsmithing, painting, drawing and printmaking. Pratt provides affordable studios with unparalleled state-of-the-art equipment and professional artist instruction to create an environment where students learn, experiment, and create.
Seattle Art Museum Olympic Sculpture Park
Near Myrtle Edwards Park, the Olympic Sculpture Park houses a collection of renown outdoor sculptures, indoor cafe, guided tours, and breathtaking view of Puget Sound.
Seattle Asian Art Museum
Seattle Japanese Garden
The Seattle Japanese Garden is managed jointly by Seattle Parks and Recreation and the Arboretum Foundation. The garden features winding paths through sculpted landscapes evocative of traditional Japanese designs.
Seward Park Audubon Center
Volunteer Park Conservatory
The Volunteer Park Conservatory is located in Volunteer Park and has a full display of cacti, tropical plants, orchids, and other species.
Washington Park Arboretum
The Washington Park Arboretum and Botanical Gardens is a large park full of interesting gardens and rare plant species. The arboretum is comanaged by Seattle Parks and Recreation and the Arboretum Foundation as well as the University of Washington.