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Bruce Lee Grave Site, Seattle

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  • The headstones are a special and beautiful tribute to Bruce & Brandon Lee. The cemetery is also very beautiful and has gorgeous views of Lake Union. 
    The headstones are a special and beautiful tribute to Bruce & Brandon Lee. The cemetery is also very beautiful and has gorgeous views of Lake Union.  more »
  • I was honored to pay homage to both men (his brother Brandon is buried next to him) as they were such a staple in movies my family watched. The cemetery has free parking. Please be respectful of... 
    I was honored to pay homage to both men (his brother Brandon is buried next to him) as they were such a staple in movies my family watched. The cemetery has free parking. Please be respectful of...  more »
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  • Beautiful, well maintained, and peaceful memorial overlooking Lake Washington. There was a constant trickle of those coming to pay tribute as indicated by the piles of fresh flowers and coins. There was a bit of a line, really, but everyone was very respectful, and allowed each party private time and space. I said my quiet hello to the Lee's, took my photo, and brushed a bit of dirt off the back side of the headstones. Advice to future visitors: If there is a crowd, and If you don't have physical access needs, I suggest parking elsewhere on the site and walking to the grave on foot. While there is a road directly behind the site, it's extremely disturbing to the solemn vibe of those gathered for a carload of people to unload right in their midst. Just a suggestion.
  • It was a really tranquil place to wall through. We started at Volunteer park and then walked to the cemetery. It was a quiet walk, loved all of the trees. The gravesite was in a nice little corner and had a bench to sit.

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