Olympic Sculpture Park

Olympic Sculpture Park

Description

See the works of art located throughout the 9-acre park. Art installations on view include Geoff McFetridge: in The Mind. From starting out as a bluff overlooking Puget Sound to a petroleum transfer and distribution facility to a sculpture park, the site has experienced radical transformations over the last 100 years. Weiss/Manfredi’s 2,200-foot Z-shaped path links three land parcels and leads from a steel-and-glass pavilion through four ecological environments to Elliott Bay. The park’s innovative design has achieved a wide range of environmental restoration goals.

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