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Volunteer Park, Seattle Overview

At Volunteer Park, one gets to enjoy the best of nature and human-made facilities. This park houses both the volunteer park conservatory as well as the Seattle Art Museum. The museum's collection includes thousands of paintings and sculptures and textiles from China, Japan, India and other southeast Asian countries. There is also a Botanical Garden, where you can witness many species inside a Victorian glasshouse. The 43-acre park, located on Capitol Hill, is perfect for an afternoon picnic, sunbathing or a casual stroll. This park is one of the oldest parks, as is evident from the ancient trees that it houses.

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Timings : Monday-Sunday- 6:00 am-8:00pm,

Location : 1400 E. Prospect St. Seattle, Washington 98112,

Rate : Includes Park free; museum $9, free 1st Thurs. (all day), 2nd Thurs. (5–9), and 1st Sat. (families)

Main attractions : The Victorian-style Volunteer Park Conservatory greenhouse, Isamu Noguchi's sculpture, Black Sun What's nearby: Bellevue Arts Museum, Axis Pioneer Square, Alki point bridge.

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