Louisa Boren Lookout
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Volunteer Park Conservatory
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Seattle Asian Art Museum
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Canterbury Ale & Eats
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15th Ave E, at E Garfield St · interesting places nearby
Louisa Boren Lookout information
Outside the Volunteer Park boundaries, the Louisa Boren Lookout provides one of the best views over the university and Union Bay. The small park is named after the longest-surviving member of the party that founded Seattle in 1851.