As the region’s top visitor destination and home to more than 30 arts, entertainment, educational and sports organizations, Seattle Center relies on public-private partnerships to realize a range of public programs, redevelopment on the grounds and multiple earned revenue streams. It also collaborates with a number of transportation entities to maintain campus access. Learn about innovative approaches to balancing polarities and maintaining productive partnerships at Seattle Center while exploring points of interest on the 74-acre campus.
After arriving by monorail, we’ll traverse the grounds to view active pedestrian rights-of-way, living garage rooftops (including a community garden), and vistas of surrounding transportation projects in which the Center has been involved.
This WalkShop is supported by Seattle Center.