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Parks and nature in Lower Queen Anne, Seattle

Top parks

Park
“The best view of Seattle. On a clear day you can see Mt. Rainier behind the city skyline. ”
  • 445 locals recommend
Park
“Myrtle Edwards Park in Seattle, Washington is a 4.8-acre public park along the Elliott Bay waterfront. It features a 1.25-mile long bicycle and walking path, beaches and is a good place to see eagles and seagulls.”
  • 34 locals recommend
Museum
“ Basement area of Seattle Center with hands-on cultural exhibits geared toward children 10 & under.”
  • 18 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“A visit to Seattle just isn’t complete without a trip to the Space Needle Observation Deck. Towering 520’ above ground, the Observation Deck offers panoramic indoor and outdoor viewing of Seattle and the surrounding area, free telescopes and more!”
  • 11 locals recommend
Playground
“Panoramic views of the Rainy City located in Queen Anne on top of Queen Anne Hill. I promise you won't be disappointed.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Park
“Forested park area with an off-leash dog run, hiking paths, a tennis court & scenic views.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Park
“Marshall Park is a 0.78-acre park in Seattle, Washington. Once known as "Phelps Place", the small park across from Parsons Garden provided a viewpoint for sightseers until the expansion and improvement of Queen Anne Boulevard. ”
  • 12 locals recommend
Garden
“A delightful hidden park in the city that is perfect for picnics and views.”
  • 10 locals recommend

Playgrounds

Museum
“ Basement area of Seattle Center with hands-on cultural exhibits geared toward children 10 & under.”
  • 18 locals recommend
Playground
“Panoramic views of the Rainy City located in Queen Anne on top of Queen Anne Hill. I promise you won't be disappointed.”
  • 16 locals recommend

Beaches

Park
“Myrtle Edwards Park in Seattle, Washington is a 4.8-acre public park along the Elliott Bay waterfront. It features a 1.25-mile long bicycle and walking path, beaches and is a good place to see eagles and seagulls.”
  • 34 locals recommend

Trails

Park
“Myrtle Edwards Park in Seattle, Washington is a 4.8-acre public park along the Elliott Bay waterfront. It features a 1.25-mile long bicycle and walking path, beaches and is a good place to see eagles and seagulls.”
  • 34 locals recommend
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