- Admission for Two People to the Dunn Gardens Including 90-Minute Tour
- Admission for Four People to the Dunn Gardens Including 90-Minute Tour
In 1915, Edward Dunn called on the renowned Olmsted Brothers to design the landscape for ten acres of undeveloped rural land in what is now the Broadview neighborhood of Seattle. Dunn asked the brothers to make sure that they included a host of deciduous trees to remind him of the colorful autumn leaves from his childhood on the east coast. The Olmsteds also included their signature circulation systems of curving drives and pathways in their plan. Over the next 100 years, Dunn and his son, Arthur, a dedicated gardener in his own right, slowly put the plans into place. The result is an elegant and peaceful nature reserve that still stuns visitors with its beauty and rich diversity of plants, including rhododendrons, flowering trees, native conifers, and woodland plants.