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6 Seattle-Area Sensory Playgrounds for Kids of All Abilities

Inclusive play spaces welcome kids with special needs

Lauren Braden
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Published on: November 05, 2020

6 Seattle-Area Sensory Playgrounds for Kids of All Abilities

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Sensory Garden at the Woodland Park Zoo

The city recently put the final touches on this project next to the zoo’s Rose Garden. It's a fully accessible, welcoming delight for all the senses, with elements that stimulate sight, touch, smell and sound. Fragrant plantings with diverse textures, braille signage and cool sprays of water are just a few of the garden’s sensory-rich design features.

Find it: 700 N. 50th St., Seattle

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Editor's note: This article was originally published in 2017 and updated most recently for 2020.

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