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Waterfall Garden Park
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219 2nd Ave S Seattle, WA 98104
219 2nd Avenue SouthUSWashingtonSeattle98104
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Secluded park with a 22-ft. artificial waterfall & a monument to U.S. Postal Service workers.- Google
"Nice little park."
"Probably a great place to stop and eat lunch if you are in the area."
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Lucky Leon
2 weeks ago
Not a good place. They r a very racest place to go. They have a gard to make sure the place stays racest.
Michael Tabbutt
2 months ago
Beautiful park, however, Google incorrectly describes as "Monument to US Postal Workers" when in fact it was built to honor the employees of United Parcel Service.
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Gary Eyerly
a year ago
It may be tiny, it may be more garden than park but... It's still one of the more beautiful spots, in a city already greatly over endowed with beautiful spots, to pause and catch your breath... for a minute or an hour.
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William Lemos
a year ago
Well worth a stop at this mini park. We took some great pictures here
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Taisha Mcwilliams
6 months ago
They were quick as helllll!!!! And I got two watches' batteries replaced for $21 and it took maybe 10 minutes. The staff is courteous and fast. Plus you get the added element of the local crazees inquiring about the price of gold. Highly recommended!
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TzuYu Yeh
10 months ago
Wonderful park in the city. Nice place to read books. Smell the flowers and trees at times. And I like the design of the park very much.
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Thomas Smailus
4 years ago
It may be ok... if its open. Its not a public park but a site owned by a non-profit, so they close it and lock it up. Oddly enough, int the warm summer days, when its dark till 10pm, this park can close up and shut down the water falls, and lock the iron gates at 5pm. If you happen by during the day, ok, but don't plan on going there late in the evenings.
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Heather Skeehan
a year ago
Incredible place for a summer lunch.