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This 20 acre point on Lake Union was cleared in 1906 to construct a plant to manufacture gas from coal - later converted to crude oil. Import of natural gas in the 1950's made the plant obsolete. The city acquired the site for a park in 1962. The park was opened to the public in 1975. The boiler ho from famplosion.com
Local Secrets, Big Finds 2007 Pick - 5 out of 5 stars from Local Secrets on March 18, 2008: This urban park "features a sundial and a beautiful view of Seattle." Open to ... from igougo.com
Hours: 6am-10pm (daily) Price: Free Age Range: Baby, Toddler, Preschooler, Elementary, Tween, Teen Gas Works Park has long been heralded as one of the most beautiful parks in the city. Built on the site of the old Seattle Gas Light Company, Gas Works Park offers a large play barn, a hill popular fo from grandparents.com
Gas Works Park is located on Lake Union in Seattle. The 20 acre park was originally a plant to manufacture gas from coal, then later it was converted to crude oil. This plant became obsolete in the 1950s when natural gas... from igougo.com