Kubota Garden Visit Seattle

Autumn in Kubota Garden

When seeking a refuge for peace and meditation, Kubota Garden is one of the first places I turn. I recently visited on a beautiful Saturday morning during a break in the soothing drizzles – yes, the PNW region is notorious for rain this time of year, but it’s nowhere near as consistent or dreary as many like to claim. Upon arrival, I was pleasantly surprised to see that there was only one other car in the parking lot. I had the full glory of the tranquil garden and the spectacular autumn foliage to myself.

The photos I collected could never do justice to the experience of walking through the gardens themselves, but I hope they spark a bit of joy and perhaps some inspiration to plan a visit.

Please note that Kubota Garden is adhering to Safe Start Guidelines. If you plan to visit, please cooperate by wearing a mask at all times, keeping a distance of at least 6-feet between you/your family and others, and visiting with no more than five people in a group.

About the Author

Rudd Schupp

Rudd is the Chef Concierge at Visit Seattle where he leaves no detail unaddressed as he creates unique and lasting experiences for each guest. When he's not singing Seattle's praises from the concierge desk, he is often out and about, celebrating the city and surrounding region and experiencing it to its fullest.

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One Comment

  1. your photos are always lovely. great reminders of why we all love Seattle no matter what is happening. thanks………..

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