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Seattle Center

305 Harrison Street Seattle WA 98109
(206) 281-8111
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Site of the 1962 Worlds Fair features the Space Needle, childrens museum, theater and lots of amusement rides.

The Academy of Interactive Entertainment, a non-profit work force generated training institution for the digital media industries, has been a leading educational institution since 1996. With hundreds of graduates working internationally in film, animation and game development the AIE course content is focused on developing the students to become tradesmen and women in the digital media sector.

Experience movies by moonlight at Seattle Center! Picnic on the Mural Amphitheatre lawn, in front of a state-of-the-art giant screen, with the Space Needle standing sentry in the starry skies. Movies at the Mural is an outdoor cinema experience like no other! FREE Admission. Part of the Next 50 celebration at Seattle Center.

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Several of the Seattle Center's halls are used for theater, opera, dance, music, and performance art. Live music, theme dances, and festivals are staged monthly in the Center House. The Seattle Center is also the site of Labor Day weekend's Bumbershoot Festival, which celebrates the arts.

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Seattles music and arts festival comes to the city every first weekend of September. As you can imagine in a city with such a strong...

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It was so fun to see all of these great Seattle attractions in one area! We explored the glass museum, the Armory, and the park area, but we'll definitely come back for the Pacific Science Center, the Space Needle, and the Opera House!

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It's a great place to spend a day. Lots of attractions on site. The history of the older buildings is interesting to read about. The only thing I would caution is watch the parking prices. Some go up during events. Others are high all the time. Personally, I parked at Pacific Science Center for a reasonable 10 hour rate.

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Attractions near Cruise Port: If you could go to just one place in Seattle to visit, the Seattle Center would be it: 74 acres of parks, sculptures, fountains, cultural venues, restaurants and entertainment for all ages. This is the site of the Seattle World's Fair in 1962 also known as Century 21 Exhibition and it has celebrated its 50th anniversary. Today, Seattle Center is an exciting...

Seattle International Children's Festival was founded in 1985, and is located at 305 Harrison St Fl 2 in Seattle. It employs 16 employees and is generating approximately $498,725.00 in annual revenue.

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For $9.50, each guest gets one game of Lazer Runner and Mini Golf plus a ride on either the Bumper Car, Puff N Dumbo or Frog Hopper. For $11 each, guests get one hour of unlimited use of several rides. For $16 each, guests get two hours of unlimited use of several rides.

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Map out your agenda and prioritize which events you really want to see before you hit the grounds. Because of the size and scope of the festival, it's very easy to overbook yourself.

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