Seattle's Alaskan Way Viaduct might be a thing of the past, but you still have a chance to take home a piece of Seattle's history.
“This is an exciting moment for everyone in the Puget Sound region. We’re saying goodbye to the Viaduct and hello to Waterfront Park: the community’s vision for a reimagined waterfront — a place where all are invited to play, relax, and enjoy in a welcoming, beautiful place,” said Heidi Hughes, Executive Director of Friends of Waterfront Seattle.
To get a piece of the commemorative rubble, email Friends of the Waterfront Seattle at email@example.com. You can pick the rubble up at the group's office, located at 1400 Western Avenue (corner of Western Ave and Union Street). Public hours are Wednesday - Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.
Anyone can pick up a piece of concrete, reminisce about the man-made megalith, and learn what the future of the Seattle waterfront holds.