Jimi Hendrix Park
Jimi Hendrix Park is a two-and-a-half acre green space located adjacent to the Northwest African American Museum in Seattle. The park was named for Hendrix in 2006 and has recently undergone improvements to reflect the legacy of its namesake. For example, the city constructed a new entrance to the park that features a timeline of Jimi Hendrix's life. This entrance leads to a multi-purpose central plaza that has seating to accommodate park and museum visitors. Other amenities include three rain gardens and a butterfly garden, both with interpretative signage. Intersecting pathways connect to community trails and a nearby bus line.
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