Canada’s West Coast. Mountains. Stillness. Woods. Lake. Customizable facilities for conferences, outdoor education, summer camps, and retreats.
Agua Verde Café’s Waterfront Garden Pavilion offers casual waterfront dining
for groups of 20-150, perfect for corporate, university functions,
rehearsal dinners, & other special occasions!
The Bellevue Botanical Garden is an urban refuge, encompassing 53-acres of cultivated gardens, restored woodlands, and natural wetlands. The living collections showcase plants that thrive in the Pacific Northwest.
The Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department, located at the Frances Anderson Center, serves as the community's key resource for providing parks, open space, recreation programs, and cultural arts.
Elisabeth Carey Miller was born in Montana, attended the University of Washington, and spent most of her life in the Seattle area.
Garden d’Lights features over ½ million lights which transform the Bellevue Botanical Garden into a blossoming winter wonderland. Enjoy this dazzling display each December this year we have new visitor services buildings with all new amenities.
A public garden in Shoreline, WA, providing botanical expertise and educational, cultural, and aesthetic enrichment for the community.
Kubota Garden is a stunning 20-acre American-Japanese garden in the Rainier Beach neighborhood of South Seattle.
One of the most popular swimming beaches in Seattle, Madison Beach has a grassy area where sunbathers can relax and enjoy a stunning view of Lake Washington.
The initial movement to create a Japanese Garden in Seattle began in 1909, when the Alaska Yukon Exhibition was held. A Japanese Pavilion with an accompanying garden was built for the fair