Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Seattle's Volunteer Park

This plant place- it know it has a name but I can't remember- I think is in the movie "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle."
A few weeks ago, Jason and I went to Volunteer Park in Seattle. It's quite big with big rolling hills and lots of trees, a play ground and sprinkler wading pool which are not pictured.
It was closed, so we couldn't go inside. Bummer!
A pretty little memorial.
A very tall round brick building.
At the top.
On the way up, cool windows and lots of stairs.
The view of the Space Needle from Volunteer Park water holding thing.
Not sure what it's purpose is.

Asian fish ponds with lots of carp! There was even a gold one!

Some of the coolest trees ever!

Art in front of the Asian art museum there.

It's a very pretty place, with lots of room to do fun things and even an amphitheater for out door plays.


Christy Jones said...

I went there a few weeks ago with the kids, Its a great park!! I only got to see the wading pool and playground but would love to go back and explore.

Sarah said...

We need to visit and go there!!! It sounds familiar, but did we go there as kids?