Seaman Sculpture in Reflection Plaza

This bronze sculpture depicts, Seaman, a Newfoundland dog, who became a famous member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Owned by Captain Meriwether Lewis, he was the only animal to complete the entire trip. The sculpture is located in Washougal at Reflection Plaza 1703 Main Street. It was created by Heather Soderberg-Greene in 2015 and purchased through funds raised in the community by the Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance.

It is visited often by passersby who enjoy posing for pictures with the dog. During holidays you can see it wearing appropriate seasonal costumes and adornments.

Contact Information

Rene Carroll - Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance
Reservations and Information:
360-607-5990

Address:
1703 Main Street, Washougal, Washington 98671, United States

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Location

Other Information

  • Hours Open

    Monday 6AM–10PM Tuesday 6AM–10PM Wednesday 6AM–10PM Thursday 6AM–10PM Friday 6AM–10PM Saturday 6AM–10PM Sunday 6AM–10PM
  • Seasons Open

    Open always
  • Prices and Fees

    Free to Visit
  • Accessibility

    ADA Accessible.