Myrtle Edwards Park Tours

Not far from the bustle of Seattle’s Space Needle, there is a public park on the bay where the focus is on wildlife and nature. The 4.8-acre Myrtle Edwards Park stretches along Elliott Bay and is known for its 1.25-mile paved walking and cycling path, and for the many opportunities to see eagles, herons and other wildlife.

The park was originally called Elliott Bay Park, but was renamed in 1976 for Myrtle Edwards. Edwards had been a prominent member of Seattle’s city council, where she fought for the preservation of the city’s natural spaces. Located between the park and the Space Needle is the Olympic Sculpture Park, a nine-acre park of outdoor art installations that opened in 2007.

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Myrtle Edwards Park is open 24 hours a day. From the Space Needle, walk along Broad Street until you reach the water and the park.
Address: 3130 Alaskan Way, Seattle, Washington 98121, USA
Hours: Daily
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