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Waterfall Garden


219 2nd Ave S
Seattle, CA 98104
United States

(??.? miles from you)

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Call: 206-624-6096


Waterfall Garden


(??.? miles from you)

219 2nd Ave S
Seattle, CA 98104
United States


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Quirky Fun

Night Time Fun

Authentic Local Experience

Good Value

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Why You Should Go...

Don’t miss the serenity of the Waterfall Garden Park, a hidden escape in the middle of the bustling city. Waterfall Garden was created for the people of Seattle by the Annie E. Casey Foundation in honor of the m

This secluded “pocket park” features a 22-foot waterfall and was designed by Masao Kinoshita within the firm of Sasaki Associates, Inc., of Watertown, MA. The design was intended to provide on a special environment where one could experience closeness to nature within the city, surrounded by water, stones, and flowers. With tables and seating, it’s the perfect spot to eat lunch, read a book or just relax in small and quiet sanctuary of this “secret” little park.

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Why You Should Go...

Don’t miss the serenity of the Waterfall Garden Park, a hidden escape in the middle of the bustling city. Waterfall Garden was created for the people of Seattle by the Annie E. Casey Foundation in honor of the men and women of the United Parcel Service, located on the site of the first UPS headquarters in Seattle's Pioneer Square Neighborhood.

This secluded “pocket park” features a 22-foot waterfall and was designed by Masao Kinoshita within the firm of Sasaki Associates, Inc., of Watertown, MA. The design was intended to provide on a special environment where one could experience closeness to nature within the city, surrounded by water, stones, and flowers. With tables and seating, it’s the perfect spot to eat lunch, read a book or just relax in small and quiet sanctuary of this “secret” little park.

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Why You Should Go...

Don’t miss the serenity of the Waterfall Garden Park, a hidden escape in the middle of the bustling city. Waterfall Garden was created for the people of Seattle by the Annie E. Casey Foundation in honor of the men and women of the United Parcel Service, located on the site of the first UPS headquarters in Seattle's Pioneer Square Neighborhood.

This secluded “pocket park” features a 22-foot waterfall and was designed by Masao Kinoshita within the firm of Sasaki Associates, Inc., of Watertown, MA. The design was intended to provide on a special environment where one could experience closeness to nature within the city, surrounded by water, stones, and flowers. With tables and seating, it’s the perfect spot to eat lunch, read a book or just relax in small and quiet sanctuary of this “secret” little park.

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