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An Interactive Map of Seattle’s Public Art

May 18, 2017

Welcome to KCTS 9’s interactive map of public art around Seattle. This tool was created to help make finding public art easier by curating pieces, familiarizing you with them, and giving you directions to find them. Whether you’re a tourist or just want to explore Seattle, this public art map can help take you to some interesting places.

How to use this map:

This interactive map uses your location, or default location, to find public art pieces around you as indicated by the radius around the red location marker.

  • Click on a marker to highlight it in red and explore that work’s details.
  • Depending on the content for the art piece you'll either be taken to an image or a 360° perspective.
  • To exit and return to the map just click on the in the right hand corner from the information window.
  • Click Explore 360° to view the piece from a 360° perspective.
  • To find art pieces depending on you location, just click on the Use Current Location button found in the upper left hand corner of the map and you'll be shown all the works within a 5 mile radius.
  • Filter results by type of art or popularity by clicking on 'Show Map Filters.'


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You need to add the Center for Wooden Boats to this list. In addition to dozens of classic wooden boats (each one a sort of sculpture), there are several wood sculptures (especially, a Native American 'Honor Pole'), and examples of traditional and modern maritime art, all free. Best of all, they offer free rides on Sundays. Get there early to sign up.