Visit this unique and interactive garden located inside a large park.
A Sound Garden features giant sculptures that show off the creativity of Washington state. Designed and built by Douglas Hollis, A Sound Garden was created in 1983 on a hill overlooking Lake Washington and became a namesake to the band Soundgarden, after the lead singer passed away in 2017.
Made up of a dozen 21-foot tall towers, you will see an organ pipe at the top of the tower, positioned in such a way that when the wind passes through, the pipes will sing. A mix of the sculptures in this scenic location makes it a wonderful spot to enjoy time in the outdoors. Many people also enjoy flying kites at this park. You can also play tennis, go boating or windsurfing at the Eastern docks, play on a playground, and explore the nearby hiking trails. With something to do or play on around every corner, you'll be hard-pressed not to find excitement and wonder when you visit A Sound Garden in Seattle.