Things to Do in Burien, WA

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Rotating menu includes dishes such as hanger steak with gorgonzola butter, chicken parmesan, grilled prawns, english pea ravioli, and pizza
8.4 Miles
94% 3398 votes
Sports Stadiums (Professional) 1250 First Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98134 MoreLess Info
Enjoy the downtown Seattle skyline while watching a game, or take a tour of the stadium and get to see the dugout, field, press box, and other normally restricted areas of the Mariner's home base.
8.5 Miles
88% 1006 votes
Sports Stadiums (Professional) Junction of I-5 and I-90, Seattle, WA MoreLess Info
With capacity to hold 72,000 people, Century Link Field contains 48 concession areas and 11 elevators to maintain a smooth flowing venue. The field hosts the local Seattle Seahawks and also offers private and group tours.
8.6 Miles
90% 823 votes
Beaches 1702 Alki Ave. SW, Seattle, WA 98116 MoreLess Info
With waters that are typically too chilly to swim in, Alki Beach in Seattle, is a favorite destination for those who enjoy relaxing and playing on the waterfront. Featuring 135 acres of parkland, beachgoers enjoy rollerblading, jogging, picnicking and enjoying the sunsets.
8.9 Miles
71% 96 votes
Train Stations 303 South Jackson Street, Seattle, WA MoreLess Info
In 2013, the newly renovated Seattle King's Street Station opened to visitors. The station was updated with architecture to match it's original design from the early 1900s, terrazzo floors and ornamental ceilings make travelers feel like they are walking through an older time.
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Other Shopping 116 S. Washington St, Seattle, WA MoreLess Info
One of the largest vintage pottery shops in the country, Laguna Pottery specializes in discontinued and collectible American dinnerware and art pottery. Find antique and historic pieces from the collection of 20th century decorative ceramic art pottery.
9.1 Miles
80% 3153 votes
Other Tours 608 First Ave, Seattle, WA 98104 MoreLess Info
Visit the original Seattle while walking the subterranean streets and store fronts that were built over after the fire of 1889. A guide provides historic information as you are lead through the underground city. Need a break? Grab something to eat at the underground cafe.
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53% 424 votes
Neighborhoods Yesler Street & 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104 MoreLess Info
What once served as the heart of the city, Pioneer Square is a walk riddled with history. The square is home of art museums, fashion boutiques, and food from all parts of the world.
9.2 Miles
81% 113 votes
Neighborhoods 600 Fourth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98124 MoreLess Info
Capitol Hill is a residential district with one of the city's most prominent nightlife and entertainment venues. The Hill is dotted with coffeehouses, taverns and bars to appeal to all types of groups.
9.2 Miles
99% 860 votes
Food Tours Tour meets at the Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA MoreLess Info
Visitors can see what the culinary world of Seattle has to offer by sampling food from all across the city with Seattle Bites Food Tours. One of the highlights of the tour is a stop at Pike Place Market.
9.4 Miles
79% 1976 votes
Art Museum 100 University Street, Seattle, WA 98101 MoreLess Info
Now the centerpiece of an internationally renowned museum system, Seattle Art Museum, first opened in 1933. Featuring an eclectic collection of more than 23,000 pieces, the museum also features a variety of ever changing exhibits that delight and engage their visitors.
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