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About Madison Park
Madison Park is named after the 24-acre green space located on the shore of Lake Washington, where beaches offer stunning views of Lake Washington and Mount Rainier. The surrounding neighborhood hosts scores of locally-owned cafés, pubs, coffee houses, toy stores, ice-cream shops, bakeries and boutiques. West of Madison Park is the 230-acre Washington Park Arboretum, one of the finest public gardens in the U.S. Jointly managed by the University of Washington and the city of Seattle, the park is open year-round and has a formal Japanese Garden at the south end of the Arboretum.
Read more about Seattle's Madison Park on Hipmunk's Madison Park Neighborhood Guide.
With natural splendors and fresh salmon at every turn, it's a wonder Seattleites stay indoors long enough to invent new technologies, storm the stage at rock shows and roast great gourmet coffee. But the Rem Koolhaas Library, Space Needle cocktails and Pacific Northwest collection at the Seattle Art Museum offer powerful consolations when it drizzles outside.
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