Seattle Center is a fairground, park and arts and entertainment center in Seattle, Washington, on the site used in 1962 by the Century 21 Exposition. It is located just north of Belltown in Lower Queen Anne.
The Center is home to:
- The annual Northwest Folklife, Bite of Seattle, and Bumbershoot festivals and the many smaller festivals associated with Festál at Seattle Center.
- One terminus of the Seattle Center Monorail.
- The Bagley-Wright Theatre, Leo Kreielsheimer Theatre and Poncho Theatre, home of Seattle Repertory Theatre.
- Center House, formerly known as the Food Circus, which includes a food court, the Center House Theater, and a Children's Museum.
- The Experience Music Project.
- The Fisher Pavilion.
- The Fun Forest amusement park.
- The Intiman Playhouse, home of the Intiman theater company.
- The International Fountain.
- KeyArena, home court of Seattle SuperSonics basketball and Seattle Thunderbirds (Western Hockey League) ice hockey.
- McCaw Hall, home of the Seattle Opera and shared as a performance space with the Pacific Northwest Ballet, whose ballet school is adjacent.
- Memorial Stadium, a high school football and soccer stadium.
- The Mercer Arts Arena.
- The outdoor Mural Amphitheater, featuring a mosaic mural by Paul Horiuchi.
- The Northwest Rooms, a small conference center.
- The Pacific Science Center, home of the Boeing IMAX Theater, Eames IMAX Theater, and Laserium.
- The Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame
- The Seattle Center Pavilion
- A skatepark.
- The Space Needle.