Monday, September 6th

Burn Week Art Map

Web of Dreams

24/7, 8/29-9/6. Available for climbing 24 hours a day. Please observe quiet hours from 10:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m.

4416 S 164th St, Tukwila, WA 98188

Web of Dreams is a hand crocheted rope playground. Come climb with us!

Photography allowed? Yes

COVID safety measures: Outdoors/Please wear masks and sanitize or wash hands prior to climbing in. One family group/COVID bubble at a time should be interacting with it. Rope will be periodically sanitized.

Talk to God phone

24/7, 8/29-9/06

Call are answered on zoom at, or by phone at 1 (GOD)-BELL-001

At the Burn almost every year for the last two decades there has been a symbol, a waypoint, an opportunity: to speak with God. There have been laughs, tears, concern and a most unique human interaction…

…in a phone booth.

Illuminated Pathways Mural

Mural is open to visitors all day but is best seen at night when lit with black light. Temple Burn celebration on Sunday 9/5 from 5pm – 11pm.

Mural is 2 houses north of S Trenton on MLK. Sunday Temple Burn in backyard at 8645 44th AVE S Seattle WA 98118. Look for signs with the Man on them.

Illuminated Pathways is a permanent mural in the Rainier Beach Community by local artist Roman Leal. Mural is accessible anytime but is illuminated in black light on special nights and all of Burn week. Join us Sunday 9/5 to celebrate the Temple Burn with chill music and a fire pit in the backyard of the property. Come relax and meet some new and old friends. There is space to social distance and safety gear such as hand sanitizer will be available.

Photography allowed? Yes, Please credit the artist Roman Leal if posted on social media.

COVID-19 Precautions: Please follow guidelines, including wearing masks and physical distancing.

Moon Flowers


6601 Carleton Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108

7 foot tall flowers with silver stems and white orb buds that glow at night.

Photography allowed? Yes

COVID safety measures: The art is in a private garden behind a fence with a secure gate, visible from the street.

Lost Highway

8am-11pm, 8/29-9/6

4167 38th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118

A stretch of Route 38 disappeared in summer of 1959. Now, pieces of it have reappeared, stuffed into a private lot in Mt. Baker – but is something strange about them? Come see these (mostly) classic signs day or night, and check out the event listing for events being held at Lost Highway, which include a CafĂ©, The Pie Chute, Ice Cream and a Car Wash!

Photography allowed? Yes, with Credit

COVID-19 Precautions: Please follow guidelines, including wearing masks and physical distancing. Visitors are asked to wear their mask if they are within 6′ of others. These signs can be seen from the street without leaving your car or getting off your bike, and are not interactive. Individual events have various requirements, see event listings.

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