10 Scenic Gardens in Seattle

Enjoy the beauty of the botanical world, learn about native and exotic plants, or just relax in a peaceful and green setting - with our list of 10 Scenic Gardens in the Seattle Metro Area:

  1. Volunteer Park Conservatory, on 15th Avenue at Prospect Street, is free and open Tuesday through Sunday.
  2. Washington Park Arboretum is free and open from dawn to dusk.
  3. The Japanese Garden inside the Washington Park Arboretum has an admission fee.
  4. The Woodland Park Rose Garden, right next to the zoo, is free.
  5. The Carl S. English Jr., Botanical Gardens, next to the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, are free.
  6. Bellevue Botanical Garden, on Main Street, offers free admission.
  7. Kubota Garden, on Renton Avenue at 55th Avenue South, is free to visit.
  8. The Kruckeberg Botanic Garden, at 15th Avenue NW and NW 204th Street, is a small garden open to the public from Friday to Sunday.
  9. Everett's American Legion Memorial Park is home to the small Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens.
  10. Highline SeaTac Botanical Garden, north of the airport on 24th Avenue at South 138th Street, is free.
Or, find a park with different amenities -- like a beach, a trail, and more -- with our Quick Guide to Seattle Parks!
 
Fountain at the SeaTac Botanical Garden