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Offering visitors a fascinating look at the past, these recently restored gardens contain much of their original form reflecting the Arts and Crafts movement in America.
Visitors to the Arboretum can enjoy the varied landscapes which range from a native pine forest to a shady glen filled with rhododendrons. There are seasonal activities planned year-round and tours are available.
Our goal is not only to preserve the lilac heritage developed by Hulda Klager, but to maintain the gardens for visitors to experience the tranquility of a pioneer Victorian farm and garden.
Come visit 3.5 acres of formal garden located within the Washington Park Arboretum.
The Japanese-American Internment Memorial is intended to reinenforce the message of “Nidoto Nai Yoni,” or “Let it not happen again.”
The 90 acre park includes spacious manicured lawns, playgrounds, walking and biking paths, flowers, topiary shrubs, a greenhouse conservatory and multiple picturesque gardens.
The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is one of the destination events for the Pacific Northwest, held each year from April 1-30.
Soos Creek Botanical Garden provides a special experience of strolling amongst a variety of inspirational and mature gardens, which draw from international, regional and historical designs.
The Arboretum is a hidden gem on the shores of Lake Washington.
The Capitol of Washington was completed in 1928 and is both the Capitol and the Legislative Building.
Over 15,000 people visit us each year. Some return annually to share stories, see new additions to the garden and get reacquainted with our world.
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