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Only about 15 min drive from the city. The cemetery was very nice, well kept and high above a hill overlooking parts of the city. The gravesite speaks for itself. It was my favorite experience on our trip. A must see.
Well, since Seattle has Third-World roads that will nearly destroy your vehicle and getting to this cemetery is a task in itself, it was for Lee. I am not a fan of “The Pacific Coast Ghetto of Seattle,” but being there was worth it.
Having recently seen a special Bruce Lee exhibition at the History Museum in Hong Kong it was nice to be able to visit the place where he (and his son Brandon Lee) are laid to rest. Both father and son sadly died too young, Bruce...More
This is a very beautiful cemetery, and even more so with the fall changing leaves.
I have visited Seattle many times, yet this is my first visit to pay respect to fine Kung Fu artists. There headstones were lined with well wishes in the form...More
Decided to visit Bruce (and Brandon) Lee’s gravesite. It is quite and peaceful and obviously regularly visited judging by the fresh flowers. It was very easy to find using Google Maps - took us pretty much directly to the site. Look for two sets of...More
Some may think it's macabre, reviewing a gravesite. But I vividly remember sitting on the scratchy couch at my father and step-mother's home, watching - entranced - my very first Bruce Lee movie, the summer between 7th and 8th grades. I remember exactly where I...More
I spend a lot of time in cemeteries for my work, and this is a nice park. The Lee graves are not off by them selves but the unique stones make them stand out. I was surprised that the old stone beside them was knocked...More