Great views and very green grounds. A very nice place to take a walk.
I haven't even been inside yet and I love this place - took a guest there when it was closed and we strolled around outside admiring all the gorgeous landscaping and flowers in spring. Good parking, and to go in costs nothing!
Beautiful Victorian glass conservatory in Volunteer Park where the Asian Art Museum is as well as the old water tower with great views 360 degrees of Seattle - must beable to walk 100 plus stairs for this view. The conservatory is full of gorgeous plants from different temperate zones - well worth a stroll inside plus there is a nice... More
We walked to Volunteer Park from our apartment on 14th Street while were were visiting Seattle. There are a lot of walking paths through the gardens that we meandered around. It was not crowded and very peaceful. They have an old watertower with stairs to the top. It was an easy climb and the view at the top is incredible.... More
I hear that the city cut funding for this. Check it out before it is too late..
I love this conservatory. It is my go to on cold rainy days or anytime I need to think through a life issue.
This gem is on our must-see list along with the water tower in Volunteer Park. I especially enjoy visiting the Conservatory in winter when the dreary days make my soul call out for a flower fix. And we always take our visitors here and for a look at Seattle through the donut sculpture in front of the Asian Art Museum.
I have visited this place several times... i love it. It is free (though you can leave a donation) and it is great. I went to the conservatory in Denver (which had an expensive entrance fee) and did not enjoy it more. This is a small conservatory but highly enjoyable - I particularly like the cactus room. I also couple... More
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