Washington Park Arboretum UW Botanic Gardens
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The Arboretum is a hidden gem on the shores of Lake Washington. Jointly managed by UW and the City of Seattle, its 230 acres are a dynamic assortment of plants found nowhere else.
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This breathtaking arboretum is a feast for the eyes and nourishment for the soul. The gravel trails make for a lovely walk, run, or ride. Tours, classes, and boating are all available.
230-acre nature preserve that includes all sorts of trails and a Japanese garden
Large wooded park with lots of peaceful trails and beautiful botanical springtime/summer color. Especially "Azalea Way."
Ride a bike, or take a stroll, through the Arboretum to appreciate NW plants and trees at their best. Can be crowded during the spring/summer.
Arboretum is a public park jointly managed by the City of Seattle and the University of Washington. It’s a 20 mins walk from the suite and is about 4 miles round trip if you decide to loop around the park and back to the suite. The park has various interconnected trails that provide you with a very…
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