There is no shortage of unique light displays to check out in Seattle this holiday season. From Argosy Christmas Ships to WildLanterns you have so many options. But why not check out one that’s free and created by local artists?

Freeway Park Illuminations 2021: “Wayfinding” selected 7 artists to create light displays with a common goal of helping people reconnect. That goal surfaced after the year and a half that all of us spent in various forms of isolation and happens to tie in well with the holiday season as it can be isolating for some folks. Each piece illuminates the stroll through Freeway Park with welcoming installations that bring light and color to the area.

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Each piece has its own unique meaning and you can learn about them by clicking here. If you want to be one of the first to check out this exhibition you can attend an opening tomorrow night December 2nd. There will be music, refreshments, and self-guided tours to the art pieces through the park’s twinkling pathways and lit-up groves.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see one of Seattle’s most unique parks in a whole new light. You can learn more about the opening event by clicking below.

Freeway Park Illuminations 2021: “Wayfinding”

When: December 2nd-Through the New Year
Where: 700 Seneca St
Cost: Free