Kruckeberg Botanic Garden

This four-acre garden and arboretum was created by Dr. Art and Mareen Kruckeberg over fifty years. The garden combines diverse Northwest native plants with unusual exotics from around the world. The result is a naturalistic and unique woodland garden with over 2000 different plant species.

"There's no better place to see our native rhododendrons, maples, oaks and conifers grown mature in a residential-scale garden," says the Seattle Times. It is now a public garden owned by the City of Shoreline.

20312 15th Avenue NW • Shoreline, WA 98133

Open:
Fri - Sun, March - October,
10:00 am - 5:00 pm,
November - February, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm,
For guided tours, contact the garden

Admission:
Free, donations are appreciated

Contact:
206-546-1281 • www.kruckeberg.org