Volunteer Park

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Volunteer Park

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Volunteer Park was designed by the Olmstead brothers between 1904 and 1909 as a private playground for Seattle’s wealthy founding families living on Millionaire’s Row (14th Avenue). All 48 acres were integrated into the Olmstead design which includes a spectacular dahlia collection and flower gardens, an impressive tree collection, a system of macadam drives, lily ponds, a children’s wading pool and shelter, combination pergola, music pavilion and comfort station, and conservatory building - all completed by 1912.

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1247 15th Ave E
(at Prospect St)
Seattle, WA 98102


+1 206 684 4555


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