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Getting Here

Consider the many transportation and parking options for your next visit to Seattle Center.
Seattle Center Monorail can whisk you to the Center from downtown in two minutes. Fifteen Metro bus routes serve the Center from around the region.  There's driving access to our campus via Interstate 5, and now Southbound SR-99/Aurora exit and entry to Harrison St. is open!

Click here for the latest on road construction and transportation updates affecting access to Seattle Center. 
Parking at Seattle Center
Once you arrive, you’ll find two convenient parking garages – Mercer Street Garage and 5th Ave. N. Garage – and wayfinding signs throughout the grounds to help direct you to your destination.
For parking garage comments and questions, please call Seattle Center Transportation Services @ 206-684-7340. 

Driving Directions
Click here for information.

Bicycle Racks 

Bike rack locations change frequently but they are generally available throughout the Seattle Center campus.
Travel Via Public Transportation 
Special Information for School/Charter Buses
The Washington State and Seattle Departments of Transportation are working hard to ease access to Seattle Center, with recent road routing changes, new signalizations and other upgrades. Click here for the latest on road improvements and construction affecting your trip to and from the Center.

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