Madison Park had some easily climbable stone animal sculptures that we played around on.
We happened by the Pioneer Association of Washington Museum on the one day a month that it was open. There were about 4 older volunteers there, very friendly and eager to show us around. I felt bad that we didn't do the whole tour with them, but it was sunny and we wanted to see the neighborhood.
The waterfront has very small public beach access areas every quarter mile or so.
Houses around this area are expensive and grand looking.
The ivy growing on the wall was cut away to form this pattern.
A view from the waterfront
One house had an old boot stuffed with plants on their garden wall.