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Seattle Center

Seattle Center |

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305 Harrison Street
Seattle, WA 98109
Map of Seattle Center, 305 Harrison Street, Seattle

Seattle Center is a cultural and entertainment complex located in the heart of Seattle, Washington. It serves as a focal point for the city's arts, entertainment, and civic activities. Originally built for the 1962 World's Fair, the Seattle Center continues to attract millions of visitors each year with its iconic landmarks, diverse attractions, and vibrant events.

At the center of the Seattle Center stands the Space Needle, an iconic symbol of the city and a popular tourist destination offering panoramic views of Seattle and its surroundings. Surrounding the Space Needle are numerous attractions, including the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP), the Pacific Science Center, the Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibit, and the International Fountain.

Throughout the year, the Seattle Center hosts a variety of events and festivals, ranging from cultural celebrations to music concerts to community gatherings. The center is also home to several theaters and performance venues, such as McCaw Hall, home to the Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet.

In addition to its cultural and entertainment offerings, Seattle Center features beautiful parks and outdoor spaces where visitors can relax, picnic, and enjoy the scenic views of the city. With its rich history, diverse attractions, and lively atmosphere, Seattle Center remains a beloved destination for both locals and tourists alike.



Phone: (206) 684-7200

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