The city of Seattle, Washington is separated into several different neighborhoods. Each with its own charm and things to offer visitors. Magnolia is the second largest of these neighborhoods. It is located in the hilly peninsula of the northwest downtown area. Though it is part of the city, it is separated from Seattle. It is only connected by three bridges. Formally the U.S Fort Lawton, Discovery Park takes up a good portion of the peninsula. The houses in Magnolia are usually situated near the water's edge. When visiting Magnolia you would not want to miss going to W. McGraw Street. It is the districts most popular shopping center. Make sure to make your way to the south end of Magnolia to Magnolia Park that overlooks Puget Sound and get a great view of Mt. Rainer. The park also offers picnic areas and tennis courts. Also, in Magnolia are the marina and Smith Cove. Discovery Park is Seattle's biggest park stretching out to cover 534 miles. It is the home to many of the Northwests birds including eagles and falcons. There are also officer's homes left from the days when the park was a fort. West Point near Discovery Park houses the world famous West Point Lighthouse. It was built in 1881 which makes it the oldest lighthouse in the area. West Point also offers visitors two miles of walking trails along the beach.
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Events in Magnolia
Putt Cancer in the Hole - 8th Annual Miniature Golf Tournament
at Interbay Golf Center Find Tickets
We are excited to announce our 8th annual miniature golf tournament to raise money for the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance!
Winter Pineapple Classic
at The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - Washington/Alaska Chapter Find Tickets
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's 13th annual Winter Pineapple Classic! A family friendly 5k fun run/obstacle course at Marymoor Park in Redmond, WA.
Jun 14 at 06:00 PM · 10:00 am
Clearwater Casino Resort
Jun 10 at 05:00 PM · 06:00 pm
Ballard (Hiram M. Chittenden) Locks
Jun 10 at 04:00 AM · 11:59 PM
Cape Cod Lead Generation