Maps & More ....

Downtown Seattle Werstlake Center Convention Center Seattle Center
Downtown Seattle
Getting There
via I-5, I-90 & SR520
Westlake Plaza
Walks
@ 4th Ave. & Pine St.
Convention Center
Hunts
@ Pike St. & 7th Ave.
Seattle Center
Scrambles

@ 5th N & Harrison St.

Westlake Plaza Westlake Plaza is where walkers meet for See Seattle Walking Tours. It is the seating area outside the Starbucks coffee shop on the corner of 4th Avenue & Pine Street.

The 7th & Pike Garage is an easy 3-block walk away.
Convention Center
Small groups may meet in an improvised public area of the Washington State Convention Center for the Mystery & Scavenger Hunt event. The main entrance is on Pike Street between 7th & 8th Avenues.

Parking is available across the street in the 7th & Pike Garage.

Otherwise the event would start and end in the same or different places such as a restaurant/pub, company facility, hotel or private residence.
Seattle Center
Seattle Center is where Scramble events take place.

Scramble groups meet at the MoPOP (formerly EMP) turnaround circle. Cars and busses can drop-off there (enter @ Harrison Street & 5th Avenue North) and then proceed to the Mural Amphitheatre.
                                                  ... or ...
Meet at the Mural Amphitheatre (a public area just south of the Armory, formerly the Center House).

Parking is available across from the MoPOP turnaround circle in the
5th Avenue Garage. However, school and other busses aren't allowed to park in that garage. They are allowed to park in the Mercer Garage. For additional help with parking and directions check with the Traffic Genie

Find Parking For real-time downtown parking information try e-Park. For Pioneer Square or Central Waterfront parking (ideal for catching a Washington State ferry) look here. Looking for parking in the greater Seattle area and beyond? Visit Parkopedia.
Monorail The Seattle Monorail shuttles between Seattle Center and Westlake Center Mall.
Metro Metro provides bus service from points throughout the greater Seattle area including SeaTac International Airport, Amtrak Station, Coleman Dock / Washington State Ferry Terminal - Pier 52 and downtown Seattle.
Link Light Rail Link Light Rail provides service between SeaTac International Airport and four Transit Tunnel stations in downtown Seattle plus 12 other stations along the way. 
Transit Tunnel Seattle's downtown Transit Tunnel has five stations on the Metro bus line and four on the Link Light Rail line (all except Convention Place).
Seattle Streetcar Check out the Seattle Streetcar. There are four lines: South Lake Union, First Hill, Broadway Streetcar and Center City.

Eyes Left! Terry@see-seattle.com
(425) 226-7641
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Space Needle @ 605' - 60.5 stories, Columbia Center @ 932' - 76 stories (tallest building west of the Mississippi), Mt. Rainier @ 14,411' - an active volcano 54 miles SE of Seattle!