Madison Park and Madrona both harbor gorgeous homes and a tight-knit sense of community. Madison Park is affluent and genteel; home to tree-lined streets, magnificent houses, elegant shops, and exclusive country clubs. Its southern neighbor, Madrona, has less of the polish, but makes up for it in character. Ethnically diverse, this traditionally African American community has gentrified gracefully. Colorful boutiques, salons, and cafes are abundant along the streets, where old and new businesses stand alongside each other.

Washington Park Arboretum
40th Ave. E. & E. Madison | ph: (206) 543.8800
The Arboretum is the city's best urban retreat, with its 200 acres of woods and gardens containing over 5,500 plants from 75 countries. Open every day from 7 until dusk, it's great for romantic spring walks, cooling off on a hot summer day, or strolling through the fall foliage.
Original Children's Shop
4114 E Madison Street | ph: (206) 328.7121
A shop run by a mother-daughter duo, this shop knows its business, with a well-chosen selection of outfits for kids, from newborn to pre-teen. It's a good place for gifts, and a nice choice for clothes for special events for your child.
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