The downtown Seattle you love is back.
We’ve all said these words: “I love Seattle.” SeaTown. And it goes beyond the surface. We mean it. Because we have a profound connection to our city — especially when it comes to downtown. It’s part of our fabric as a local. And while that relationship may have been tested over the past number of months, now is the perfect time to rediscover everything you love about downtown. Whether that means a dim sum feast in the Chinatown-International District, getting lost in Pioneer Square’s groundbreaking art scene, or having a family fun day on the waterfront, right now, there’s plenty for you to fall in love with. All over again, or for the very first time. Come explore all that’s happening in SeaTown.
More to Love
Downtown businesses overcame all odds to open more than 350 new storefronts since January 2020.
Eat Well, Eat Often
Hungry? You’ve come to the right place. 998 downtown restaurants are currently open for business.
More than 315K people are now downtown daily, with over 100K downtown residents and counting.
Traverse Via Transit
Busses are back on full schedules, and Link Light Rail can now transport you from U-District, Roosevelt or Northgate in 14 minutes or less.
Bike It or Drive It
Downtown has miles of new bike lanes and plenty of affordable street parking.
Moving Within Downtown
Once here, the historic Monorail and Seattle Streetcar are your ticket to moving across the center city.
Downtown Deals You’ll Love
Hey Seattle Public Library cardholders: did you know you can get free admission to six major museums around the city (including MoPop and the Seattle Aquarium)? Enjoy exhibits on aviation, nature and science at no cost. You can reserve one pass to a museum once every 30 days from the date of your visit. New passes are available every day after 9 p.m. If you don’t have a card, apply today! Most people who live, work or go to school in King County can get a card.
Learn more: https://www.spl.org/programs-and-services/arts-and-culture/museum-pass
Seattle Art Museum Free Admission Days
Admission to the Seattle Art Museum is free to all on the first Thursday of every month. On the first Friday of every month, seniors get free general admission to the Seattle Art Museum. Tickets to special exhibitions downtown are an additional $7.99. And the last Friday of every month, admission to the Seattle Asian Art Museum is free.
The Downtown Feed
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