Victor Steinbrueck Park

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Victor Steinbrueck Park is a public park located in the Pike Place Market neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, United States. The park is named after Victor Steinbrueck, a Seattle architect and preservationist who played a key role in saving Pike Place Market from redevelopment in the 1960s. The park covers a small area of land along the waterfront and offers stunning views of Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains, and the city skyline. The park features a small grassy area, a picnic shelter, and a plaza with seating and public art installations. One of the highlights of Victor Steinbrueck Park is the Seattle Aquarium, which is located adjacent to the park. The aquarium features a variety of exhibits and attractions, including a giant octopus tank, a tropical reef exhibit, and a marine mammal exhibit. Another notable feature of the park is the Market Entrance Plaza, a pedestrian entrance to Pike Place Market that features a large neon sign and public seating.

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