Beacon Hill, Seattle Places

Part of our Seattle travel guide; our list of the best things to see in Beacon Hill, including The Museum of Flight, La Medusa and Jefferson Park.
  • The best place in Beacon Hill Seattle: The Museum of Flight

    The Museum of Flight

    9404 East Marginal Way S
    Adults $14, youths (5-17) $7.50, children (4 and under) free. Lower rates are available for groups over 10, see website for more details. Admission is free the first Thursday evening of every month from 5PM until 9PM. The name tells you right away whether you personally will find this interesting; at minimum, it will get you inside on a rainy day. The collection includes 131 aircraft and spacecraft ranging from wood and fabric crates to the SR-71, Space Shuttle Trainer, a retired Air-Force One and a Concorde. The Museum offers a large educational out reach program including weekend family workshops, the Aerospace Camp Experience (ACE) summer day camp and is the future sight of Raisbeck Aviation High School (opens August 2013).
    Beacon Hill food nearby
  • La Medusa

    La Medusa

    4857 Rainier Ave S
    Tues & Thur 5p-9p; Wed, Fri, Sat 5p-10p. Italian restaurant billed as "Sicilian soul food" from chef Julie Andres.
    Beacon Hill
  • Jefferson Park

    Jefferson Park

    4165 16th Ave S
    Seattle's sixth largest park at 45.2 acres and offers unparalleled views of the Duwamish River, downtown and the Olympic Mountains. It is the home to the Jefferson Park Golf Course, Jefferson Park driving range, Jefferson Skatepark, tennis courts (lighted), basketball courts, the Jefferson Community Center, Jefferson Lawn Bowling, and Beacon Mountain an ecologically oriented playscape with a water park in the summer..
    Beacon Hill restaurants nearby
  • Andaluz


    4908 Rainier Ave S
    M-Tu noon-6PM, W,F-Sa noon-8PM, Th noon-7PM, Su noon-5PM. Women's clothing, jewelery and accessories.
    Beacon Hill
  • Bar del Corso

    Bar del Corso

    3057 Beacon Ave. S.
    Tues-Sat 5pm-10pm. $$. Wood-fired pizzas, Italian dishes (salumi, cheeses and desserts), Italian wines/cocktails, and local beers on tap.
    Beacon Hill
  • Columbia City Bakery

    Columbia City Bakery

    4865 Rainier Ave S
    M-F 7AM-7PM, Sa-Su 7AM-5PM. Most pastries about $3. Excellent bread, pastries, cakes, and coffee. Mostly a dessert or snack place, though the ham and Gruyère croissant makes for a nice light lunch.
    Beacon Hill
  • Geraldine's Counter

    Geraldine's Counter

    4872 Rainier Ave S
    Tues-Fri 7a-9p; Sat-Sun 8a-3p. Classic American comfort food with fresh, local ingredients and a sophisticated touch.
    Beacon Hill
  • Smarty Pants

    Smarty Pants

    6017 Airport Way S
    M-Th 11AM-2AM, F-Sa 10AM-2AM, Su 10AM-3PM. While their slogan Beer, Booze and Grub just about says it all, it's the sandwiches that are the main attraction. From a list of fifteen there are many choices to tempt you. The Rueben is very good, indeed and their grilled cheese is a solid rendition on a classic. They are quick to make substitutions for vegetarians. Full bar and brunch available F-Su.
    Beacon Hill
  • Book Sale - Friends of the Seattle Public Library

    Building 30
    Many items for $1. Held twice yearly, in April and September. Over 200,000 books, CDs, and videos from library surplus and private donations occupy an entire airplane hanger.
    Atlantic restaurants nearby
  • Twice Sold Tales

    725 E
    Denny Way (at Harvard Ave.), open daily 9 AM - 10 PM. Capitol Hill's used bookstore before the arrival of Half Price Books. A good selection of literature, philosophy and more contemporary reads. Home of numerous cats who appear to have free reign.
  • Jones Barbeque

    Jones Barbeque

    3810 S Ferdinand St
    The Columbia City outpost of the acclaimed, small local barbecue chain.
    Beacon Hill
  • Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria - Columbia City

    Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria - Columbia City

    4918 Rainier Ave S
    Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria is the Northwest's first certified authentic Neapolitan pizzeria.
    Beacon Hill
  • Wabi-Sabi


    4909 Rainier Avenue South
    Lunch M-F 11:30a-2p, Sat 12:30p-3:30p; Dinner Sun-Thu 4:30p-9p, Fri-Sat 4:30p-10p. Contemporary-themed sushi bar and Japanese restaurant.
    Beacon Hill
  • Geraldine's Counter

    Geraldine's Counter

    4872 Rainier Ave S
    Geraldine's Counter offers the best in Americana comfort food. Our restaurant is located in the heart of the Columbia City neighborhood of Seattle, Washington.
    Beacon Hill
  • Full Tilt Ice Cream

    Full Tilt Ice Cream

    5101 Rainier Ave S #105
    Artisan ice cream, beer, pinball, vintage video games, live music, art, and always all ages. In the heart of White Center, the edge of the civilized universe. COLUMBIA CITY: 5101 Rainier Ave S 206.226.2740 UNIVERSITY DISTRICT: 4759 Brooklyn Ave NE
    Beacon Hill
  • Via Tribunali

    Via Tribunali

    6009 12th Ave S
    Neapolitan pizza embodies the essence of what authentic Italian pizza should be; soft, well cooked, fragrant and enclosed in a high, soft edge of crust. As a member of the Verace Pizza Napoletana Association, Via Tribunali respects the culinary discipline associated with making authentic Neapolitan pizza. Specific preparation, ingredients and method of cooking are essential to recreating the tradi
    Beacon Hill
  • Oberto Sausage Company Factory Outlet Store

    Oberto Sausage Company Factory Outlet Store

    1715 Rainier Ave S
    All Natural. No preservatives. Most Delicious. Oberto Jerky. Acquire A Taste For Excellence.
  • The Corson Building

    5609 Corson Ave S
    The Corson Building is trying very hard to develop a rural setting in a very urban surrounding. This is a very chef inspired and driven restaurant and your only opportunity for fine dining in Georgetown. Dinner is served at certain times (check website) and at communal tables. You generally get to choose between two entrees and are left to the devices of the chef for the rest of the meal which is served 'family style' on large platters and/or in bowls passed between diners. Wine pairings and flights of wine are offered for an additional cost.
    Beacon Hill
  • Northwest African American Museum

    Northwest African American Museum

    2300 S Massachusetts St
    The Northwest African American Museum in Seattle, Washington, USA opened March 8, 2008. Intended to "document and exhibit the unique historical and cultural experiences of African Americans in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest", the museum is part of the new Urban League Village at the former Colman School. The building will also contain 36 units of mixed income housing for "artists, historians, teachers, and others who would be attracted by the activities of the museum. The museum is located in Seattle's Central District.
    Atlantic food nearby
  • Stellar Pizza & Ale

    Stellar Pizza & Ale

    5513 Airport Way S
    M 11AM-11PM, Tu-F 11AM-midnight, Sa 3PM-midnight, Su 3PM-11PM. A hip, fun and boisterous pizza joint that produces some seriously good pies. Don't overlook the appetizers, the hummus platter is particularly good. They have some decent sandwiches and salads, too. Has a full bar with several beers on tap and a reasonable wine list.
    Beacon Hill
  • Fantagraphics Books

    Fantagraphics Books

    1201 S Vale St
    Fantagraphics Books is an American publisher of alternative comics, classic comic strip anthologies, magazines, graphic novels, and the adult-oriented Eros Comix imprint. Many notable cartoonists publish their work through Fantagraphics, including Jessica Abel, Peter Bagge, Ivan Brunetti, Charles Burns, Daniel Clowes, Roberta Gregory, Joe Sacco, and Chris Ware.
    Beacon Hill restaurants nearby
  • Squid and Ink

    1128 S Albro Pl
    Tu-Sa noon-10PM, Su noon-5PM. Amazing all vegan, mostly wheat-free food with mock seafood theme.
    Beacon Hill
  • All City Coffee

    All City Coffee

    1205 S Vale St
    Stop by every Saturday morning to hear DJ Tamlin spinning reggae. Free Wi-Fi.
    Beacon Hill
  • Hangar Cafe

    Hangar Cafe

    6261 13th Ave S
    M-F 7AM-3:30PM, Sa-Su 8AM-3PM. A former residence across from Boeing Field has been transformed into a tiny restaurant specializing in brunch. They are famous for their crepes and their Bloody Marys, although their small menu has a good variety of other breakfast and lunch items to choose from.
    Beacon Hill
  • Oxbow Park

    Oxbow Park

    6430 Corson Ave S
    Coordinates: 47°32′42″N 122°19′18″W / 47.545088°N 122.321582°W / 47.545088; -122.321582
    Beacon Hill food nearby
  • 9 LB Hammer

    9 LB Hammer

    6009 Airport Way S
    An unpretentious, laid back bar. Nobody has tapped into the Georgetown vibe more. Dimly lit and cavernous, it's a good place to hangout with friends. While it's quiet early in the week, weekends can get very busy.
    Beacon Hill
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