Washington Park Arboretum
2300 Arboretum Dr E
Seattle's 230-acre Washington Park is primarily known as the home of the Washington Park Arboretum. The arboretum features a variety of trees, plants common to the Pacific Northwest, the University of Washington Botanical Garden, and wetlands along Lake Washington's Duck Bay and Foster Island. The park has a few miles of trails for exploring the various areas. Washington Park is also home to the 3.5-acre Seattle Japanese Garden.
In the spring, the arboretum is a popular destination for its colorful collection of azaleas that line the .75-mile long Azalea Way. Rhododendrons add to the spring color of the arboretum.
Springtime at the Arboretum (S00A0054)