Located in the heart of Seattle, Volunteer Park is home the Volunteer Park Conservatory and the Seattle Asian Art Museum.
One of my favorite parks in Seattle. Beautiful panoramic views of the city from the tower. Located by the reservoir, greenhouse, and museum. Nicely maintained and lots of activities.
Really good for stargazing on clear nights.
Larping allowed. to battle!
Giant trees and picnics
More shady spots on the east side. Shady=not sketchy
Sunbathing super spot!
Theater rehearsals in the park Sunday afternoons.
Climb to the top of the tower on a clear day. Or run up and down the stairs several times for a good workout.
Very cool place for a lazy afternoon
If the weather's nice, expect tattooed shirtless guys balancing on slack lines behind the museum.
discovered a lot today about ....
Don't go when the weather is predicting a beautiful sunny day!! Always go when the Weatherman says it's going to rain ! Lo
Catch an otter, win a free pelt.
Rainbows flags be flyin'!!
Beautiful park. Can't wait to explore it more thoroughly.
Bring a water gun. For self-defense if nothing else
Up in the tower now. Very cool and fab views!! Thanks for the tip.
So beautiful here. Last time here was Mark and me 15 years ago!!
For a serene moment go to the Conservatory
Go there on a sunny day and enjoy the Sun, trees and green grass :)
Love this park!
This park has central Seattle's biggest and best collection of trees to sit against while reading.
None of you know about the best part of VP... The secret tunnel...
stay away, unless u are gay or happy.
Home to the Seattle Asian Art Museum and Conservatory
Ojan best was here!!!
This park is home to one of Seattle's best views, a historic water tower, a conservatory built in 1912, and Seattle Asian Art Museum.
Named in honor for those who served in the Spanish - American war
Asian Art Museum & The Volunteer Park Conservatory are closed on Mondays
Enjoy the strange juxtaposition of life (kids playing at the playground) and death (the cemetery right through the chain link fence).
great place for a picnic!
Don't believe what others may have told you.. You CAN'T watch 4th of July fireworks from the donut statue at the park. The fireworks don't really clear the trees. You CAN however see a lovely sunset.
Nap in the sun
Lots of cruising haha
Feel the burn in your legs as you climb the historic water tower and be rewarded with a beautiful 360 view of Seattle!
Take your doggy here!
Look at the Space Needle through "Black Sun"
On a cold day, go into the Conservatory and check out the cacti and orchids. On a clear day wind your way up to the top of the Water Tower and catch the 360 view.
If you run your dog there and forget his water bottle, handy tip: check the south border, near prospect and 11th. There youll find a building's outdoor hose which is handily(!) unlocked
Go find the carniverous plants in the conservatory, and then soothe your frightened spirit by looking at the orchids.
walk around the neighborhoods surrounding the park, especially in spring. great houses and gardens
relax in the shade with a book and some lunch
Go to Volunteer Park water tower. Climb to the top. Find your neighborhood. Imagine Seattle 100 years ago.
check out the wooden sculpted owl sitting in the tree just to the south side of the fish pond near the black doughnut!
Pickup Ultimate Sundays at noon. (except in the winter)
Visit the conservatory, or play frisbee by the art museum.
check out the black hole sun in daylight