Burien is located in the King County, Washington. The location of Burien was settled since the 1870s, developing as the "Sunnydale" area, near Seattle, and was incorporated in 1993. The population of Burien reaches over 33,300 people, which rises to approximatively 46,000 people, when the city is considered with its recent annexation of the unincorporated area called North Highline.
Top Attractions within Burien
The Moshier Community Art Center is a venue dedicated to spreading passion and interest in art among locals and visitors of Burien. The center hosts numerous courses and trainings for people of all ages, who are eager to learn how to paint, sculpt, draw, make pottery objects and mosaics and so on. The classes offered are spread over a very convenient time table, divided into groups concerning age and interests and can be taken up by beginners, intermediate or professional artists.
The Spring SpEGGtacular is organized by the Burien Community Center, before Easter to celebrate the beginning of spring. Many of the people living or visiting in Burien love this one of a kind celebration and attend this amazing day of relaxation for adults and of fun for children. There are designated tables for families to book before the beginning of the event, at which people will enjoy a nice traditional family breakfast. Then, all children are invited to participate in all sorts of activities, workshops and games. It is a fun way to spend the beginning of one the first sunny days in spring.
Bicycle Routes and Trails is designed to meet the active needs of the people in Burien. All the trails are organized as such, so that the users can enjoy cycling, walking or jogging through an amazing natural environment, offering a non-polluted air and great sceneries. The available bicycle routes and trails go through the Seahurst Park, the Salmon Creek Ravine. In addition to these, people can also opt for veloroutes in Burien, some of the favorite ones being the Three Point Loop and the Lake Burien Loop.