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The making of the park
The life of a city block | Interactive timeline
Since the Denny Party first crossed Elliott Bay in 1852, the stretch of shoreline that is now home to the Olympic Sculpture Park has gone through almost constant change.
- Serra on "Wake" | Video
Artist Richard Serra discusses his 300-ton steel sculpture.
- Virtual tour | 360°
Experience views from the park.
- Art alfresco | Photo gallery
The park in photos
- See the park live | Webcam
Watch a live video feed of the Olympic Sculpture Park.
Read about the park
It's not often in the life of a city that its identity transforms. Not just the way a place looks or functions, but the way people perceive it, at home and abroad.
All the artwork is beautifully sited and the relationships among the pieces were carefully considered. There's enough variety to please a broad swath of people.
Seattle at last gets a major downtown public space to match its ambitions as a city.