Seattle Center

305 Harrison Street

Seattle Center creates exceptional events, experiences and environments that delight and inspire the human spirit to build stronger communities.

The core organizational values guiding Seattle Center are:

- Deliver uplifting and professional service to our guests, clients, partners and each other
- Manage our business with accountability, integrity, and commitment to race & social justice
- Foster a collaborative, trusting, and respectful workplace community
- Provide opportunities for employee development
- Model innovation, efficiency, and sustainability
- Focus on operational excellence and fiscal strength
- Steward a safe and welcoming place for all Commit to shaping our future and telling our story


Diamond Lewis

Friday, Aug. 25, 2017

The Seattle center the weekend I went was amazing! I went to see the big 3 event at key arena and just a block or two at was 2 festivals! Amazing. The tattoos expo and Brazilian fest, the locals, the tourist dancing, singing in a clean and safe environment. There's so much to see. Definitely add this place to a go see. All the iconic Seattle things are here space needle and so on.

Steven Engebretsen

Monday, July 24, 2017

There are lots of fun and interesting things in the city center. For the young and sort of young kids there is the children's museum. If you have a medicaid provider one card then admission is discounted. The space needle and glass museum are unique and worth doing at least once. The Seattle science center is also full of fun and interesting exhibits that rotate through. Most recently, the Terracotta warriors from China exhibit was fascinating. Parking can be tricky but affordable if you find some street parking on the perimeter. A great place to come and have some family fun if you have some time and/or a few bucks to spend on interesting items. However, there are a few free things as well like the playground and grass lawn.

just fee

Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017

Amazing and beautiful. So much fun for the family or friends. There's a discounted price for the space needle before 830 or 9am. Or evening hours after 9pm. My kids loved the play area. Parking was a bit pricey. $11 for 2 hours. There are several parking lots or parking structures to park around. There's metered street parking. If you have on good walking shoes you can park at an hourly parking structure between the Seattle center and the downtown market. It's a fun site seeing walk Experience. Or just uber or taxi In between places so you don't have to move your vehicle. Beautiful backgrounds for memorable photos. A Must visit.

Helen Tran

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

I like the view from the Space Needle. You get better value when you buy the City Pass. It allows you come at night time and come back for a day time visit the following day. I also came for a lot of events (Tet in Seattle, winter ice skating, Japanese festival, etc). I volunteered as a photographer for Tet in Seattle so you can see photos of the event and how huge these buildings are. People are super nice and there are food stalls with interested food choices during the festival. I created a list on my site for events in Seattle and near by area with dates but also Seattle Center has a list of festivals that are held at the Seattle Center on their site. There are festivals here every month here. I like the Terracotta warrior exhibit here and my niece loves the Pacific Science Center near by. It definitely worth a visit when you are in Seattle beside the Pike Place Market.

Patty Alba

Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017

You want to keep the kids busy, have family coming in from out of town, are U new to the city? Seattle Center is the place to spend a nice long relaxing day! Great views, beautiful, interesting museums, parks, fountains with water to hydrate those kids, shopping, resturants, places to sit and reflect on the glass figures growing out of the ground. SEATTLE Center will fill your day with more memories then you can shake a stick at. COME, ENJOY, RELAX in a peaceful settling right in the middle of downtown!

Upcoming Events at Seattle Center

Seattle Arts and Lectures - Steph Burt

Monday, Oct 9, 2017 at 7:30pm
Nesholm Family Lecture Hall
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Seattle Arts and Lectures - A.E. Stallings

Monday, Nov 13, 2017 at 7:30pm
Nesholm Family Lecture Hall
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Lectures : An Evening with Reza Aslan

Tuesday, Nov 14, 2017 at 7:30pm
Marion Oliver McCaw Hall
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TEDxSeattle 2017

Saturday, Nov 18, 2017 at 9:00am
Marion Oliver McCaw Hall
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