International Children’s Park
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International Children’s Park information
If your offspring aren’t up for exploring the Asian markets or sitting still for a dim-sum brunch, then bring them to this diminutive coming-up-for-air park with a unique bronze dragon sculpture crying out to be climbed on. It was designed by George Tsutakawa, a Seattle native who spent much of his childhood in Japan, then returned to become an internationally renowned sculptor and painter and a professor at the University of Washington.