Powell’s Wood Gardens

430 S Dash Point Rd, Federal Way, Washington, USA

(253) 529-1620

Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 am to 3 pm, April 1 through October 31.

https://powellswood.org

Within 30 minutes of Seattle, PowellsWood is one of the fine gardens of the Puget Sound region. A true pleasure garden, PowellsWood is a unique celebration of the natural world. Open to the public, you are invited to come explore this oasis of beauty, rest, and inspiration. Occupying the southern tip of a 40-acre greenbelt the Powells bought just west of their home in 1992, the 2-acre PowellsWood is now an urban oasis designed to restore the soul. The garden features themed rooms, a man-made stream and a pond which uses natural storm water which drains into Puget Sound.

Hours: The garden is closed on all major holidays except Mother’s Day. The garden is open by appointment only November through March. Guided tours available Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00 am and 1:00 pm

Admission: Adult $7. Child (12 & Under) Free.

430 S Dash Point Rd
Federal Way, Washington

 

 

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