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New Travel Options: Walk – Bike – Roll or Take Transit to the new Climate Pledge Arena at Seattle Center

The brand new Climate Pledge Arena opens this week. Learn about a range of travel opens to reach the arena by walking, biking, rolling, taking transit, or driving, and what to know before you go. Links below will open new windows. Summary: Walk, bike, or roll to the next Climate… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Center Monorail

Due to mechanical issues, Seattle Center Monorail will be out of service today, Wednesday, Oct. 13, reopening at 11am tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 14.

Construction Notice – Campus Signage Installation

Installation of new Campus signage will begin Monday, Oct. 11 through Friday, Oct.15. Signs to be installed include wayfinding pylons, pole banners, Campus readerboards (except the 5th Ave N/Harrison St garage sign), facility readerboards (except the McCaw Hall readerboard), Art Walk displays, digital posters and temporary installation of selected Art… [ Keep reading ]

Campus Upgrades, Return to Events and One Grand Opening Mark October at Seattle Center

Links below will open new windows. Some resident organizations at Seattle Center return to in-person events during October, while others continue to offer outstanding arts, entertainment and educational content online. Seattle Center visitors will discover new outdoor art, digital signage and campus upgrades as the certified zero carbon Climate Pledge… [ Keep reading ]

Service Outage: Seattle Center Monorail

Seattle Center Monorail will temporarily suspend service from Tuesday, Sept. 7 through Friday, Oct. 8 due to construction. The Monorail will resume service on Saturday, Oct. 9 at 11:00 a.m. Click here for more information on public transportation. Monorail Hours of Operation: September 7 through October 8 Closed October 9-17… [ Keep reading ]

Playground Repair

Artists at Play On Thursday, Aug. 12 from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., portions of the playground will be closed to repair areas of the synthetic lawn.

International Fountain closed April 6 through the end of June 2021

The International Fountain will be closed for maintenance and repairs from Tuesday, April 6, 2021 through the end of June 2021. The International Fountain is a mainstay from the World’s Fair, but was completely replaced and expanded in a $6.5 million project in 1995. As the centerpiece of the broad… [ Keep reading ]

Museum of Pop Culture Reopens Feb. 5

Nirvana, Horror, Minecraft, Tattoo Culture, Pearl Jam, Indie Games, Science Fiction, Black History Month, and more at MoPOP Seattle SEATTLE, WA (Feb. 1, 2021) – With loosened government mandates, the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) today announced it will reopen to the general public beginning Friday, February 5, 2021, welcoming… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Center Skate Plaza Set to Break Ground with Selection of Construction Lead

Seattle Center is moving forward on a new Skate Plaza following the selection of Grindline Skateparks to undertake construction of the 18,000 square-foot facility. Construction prep began this month. The skate plaza will occupy a span of public right-of-way, formerly Broad St., between 5th Ave. N. and Taylor Ave. along… [ Keep reading ]

Removal of KeyArena Sign at Climate Pledge Arena

Today, a significant milestone in the construction of Climate Pledge Arena takes place with the removal of the KeyArena sign from the historic roof of the building. The sign will be removed by helicopter in 10 separate picks. The arena, located at Seattle Center, will be home to Seattle’s new NHL… [ Keep reading ]