Kerry Park is a small public park located in the Seattle suburb of Queen Anne Hill. On a clear day, visitors can view the Space Needle, Elliot Bay and Mount Rainer all in one picture perfect postcard view.
The park was founded in 1927 when Albert S. Kerry, and his wife Katherine A. Kerry, donated this piece of their land so the view could be enjoyed by all. The view became even more impressive when the Seattle Space Needle opened in 1961.
Kerry Park is by far, one of, if not the best place to view the Seattle skyline. Visiting the park is free and we strongly recommend adding this attraction to your Seattle to do list.