Seattle's Jack Block Park has a view & vista for everybody
City views. All of them. From this park you get a panorama of ships in Elliott Bay, fishermen on the piers, cranes in the Port, and the silvery outline of downtown buildings against the Seattle sky. With public beach access and a 45-foot high Observation Tower, there’s more than just awesome scenery here, but a glimpse into the history of the city and industry that propelled it forward.
Who will you meet at Jack Block Park? Well, this 15-acre park is a happy place for dogs (fellow barkers, harbor seals, can be heard nearby) as well as poets and scuba divers.
After ⎸See what crafted Seattle’s character with a stop by the Duwamish Longhouse & Cultural Center here, where you can learn about the Duwamish Tribe - Seattle's First People.
After ⎸Round out your day at Marination Ma Kai for some Hawaiian-Korean fusion cuisine. Best bet - sit outside on the patio overlooking downtown and the sound with tacos in one hand and a beer in the other. Heaven.
Jack Block Park
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