We are the nation's best gathering place. Supported by the people of Seattle, we are home to the finest cultural and educational organizations, sports teams, festivals, community programs and entertainment facilities. We exist to delight and inspire the human spirit in each person and bring us together as a rich and varied community.
Seattle Center is a department of the City of Seattle. It is a beautiful 74-acre landscaped campus that includes theaters, arenas, museums, and other public facilities.
Its roots reach back more than 100 years as a site of Native American celebrations. In 1962 it was the home of the Seattle's World's Fair. Seattle Center is a reflection of the Northwest itself: the cultural diversity; the commitment to the arts, to the environment, and to education; and the love of sports and quality entertainment. With over 12 million visitors a year, it is the fourth largest visitor destination in the United States.
"Anti-racism, equity, social justice and inclusion support a key organizational value at Seattle Center to steward a safe and welcoming place for all. As a public-facing department of the City of Seattle, the Center plays an important role in the City’s efforts to expand its Race and Social Justice Initiative (RSJI)."
For more information about Seattle Center's Race and Social Justice Initiative, see here.
King County Metro Transit routes 3, 4, and 82 for Seattle Center Campus venue
King County Metro Transit routes 3, 4, and 82 for Mural Amphitheater venue
King County Metro Transit routes 2, 13, and 29 for Cornish Playhouse venue
King County Metro Transit routes 3, 4, and 82 for McCaw Hall venue
King County Metro Transit routes 3, 4, and 82 for Seattle Center Exhibition Hall venue
King County Metro Transit routes 3, 4, and 82 for Center Theatre at Seattle Center Armory venue
Monorail to Seattle Center Armory. Now accepting ORCA - Simply present your ORCA card to Monorail Cashier
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