Selfies, panoramas, and artsy shots—snap them all in Bellevue.
Capture your kiddos’ joy as they play in the spray park at Crossroads Park. Don’t miss a chance for a photo op on the life-sized orca sculpture that doubles as a fun spray element.
John T. Young’s “Temple of the Stones,” made of granite, steel, and cable at South Bellevue Community Center, is a gorgeous piece of public art that shoots well in all seasons, but particularly in the fall.
Escape the hustle and bustle of downtown and explore this dense forest area that also serves as a natural fish and wildlife habitat. Watch for evidence of the area’s early coal industry along the trail.
The towering skyline of downtown Bellevue fits nicely with Meydenbauer Bay, a gleaming corner of Lake Washington, in the foreground.
Written by – Ethan Chung, published in the 2017 Bellevue Visitor Guide
Photo Credits – Top to Bottom: The Bellevue Collection Sky Bridge via Brian D. Casey, Crossroads Spray Park via Visit Bellevue Washington, South Bellevue Community Center Scuplture via Tosin Arasi, Coal Creek Natural Area via Flickr Creative Commons, Meydenbauer Bay via Merrill Images