Perched on the north shore of Lake Union, Gas Works Park’s rolling hills are matched only by its sweeping Seattle views. Beyond its striking vantage point of the city, Gas Works is known for the industrial equipment and art installations scattered throughout the park. This 19.1-acre park was previously the site of the Seattle Gas Light Company gasification plant, and much of the factory equipment remains.
Snap a photo with its artfully rusty remnants, or opt for art like Gas Works’ stone pillars. Once your Instagram is complete, grab a picnic table or throw down a blanket to enjoy one of Seattle’s most beloved places to spend a sunny afternoon.