It’s springtime in Seattle, meaning that the flowers have begun to bloom around the city and within our many gorgeous parks.
One of Seattle’s prettiest parks, the Japanese Garden, has finally been reopened to the public for viewing.
This year, guests who are interested in visiting the garden will have to sign up for a designated entry time. Visitors will be required to adhere to physical distancing protocols, including staying at least six feet from other patrons and wearing face masks.
In addition, no outside food or drink besides water is allowed into the park.
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While the majority of the park will be open, some spaces will be closed off to avoid guest clustering. Narrow and uneven pathways will be blocked off, and some of the bridges and platforms in the central area of the garden. The Tateuchi Community Room and the Shoseian Teahouse will also remain closed.
The garden will be open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. Advanced ticket purchases can be made for Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and holidays. From Tuesday through Thursday, walk-up visitors are welcomed into the garden on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tickets can be prepurchased here.