A Walk in the (Sculpture) Park

Olympic Sculpture Park I love art and so does my dog. The recently opened nine-acre Olympic Sculpture Park located in downtown Seattle is a fantastic place to view art sculptures, take a nice walk, get an open view of the Puget Sound, and most importantly, you can bring your dog there too (they must be leashed, of course)! It is a free and public space where humans and canines alike can walk around the expansive area and view art together (except make sure your dog doesn’t add to the art, if you know what I mean). Finally, there is a place that dogs all around the Seattle area and even the world can appreciate the fine work of Alexander Calder, Anthony Caro, and various other artists without being kicked out by security guards. Now my dog can be more cultured and tap into his more creative side. Soon he will be drinking champagne and eating caviar.

One Response to “A Walk in the (Sculpture) Park”

  1. Ben says:

    I like this: except make sure your dog doesn’t add to the art, if you know what I mean. Haha.


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