Located behind the Magnuson Park Brig building, at 6344 NE 74th St, Seattle.
This garden has been created with ideas from the hearts and minds of local children and their parents, beginning in 2001. Those ideas were put together in a design for a 1/4-acre site by the Children’s Garden Committee, a volunteer team of MGs and other horticultural experts. The committee manages the garden, guides community volunteers and organizations in stewardship events and major projects and hosts free family programs from spring to fall. Over the past 18 years, the garden has grown into a local treasure, filled with delightful features such as a life-size Grey Whale Garden, spiral paths that lead up to a Lookout and a Rolling Hill, a Starfish Garden, Willow House, Salmon Survival Path, Pollinator Garden, and much more.
Read more: November 2015 issue of The Connection. Find out more: The Magnuson Children’s Garden