Traffic & Transportation
McCaw Hall is located at 321 Mercer Street, along the North edge of Seattle Center. Most performances take place at Marion Oliver McCaw Hall.
May 18th: SR 99 will be closed from the Battery Street Tunnel to the Seattle Center exits. There will not be access to Seattle Center from SR 99. In addition, eastbound Mercer St. under SR 99 will be closed. Detours on driving from McCaw Hall to I-5 will be clearly posted after the conclusion of the performance.
May 11th: Events at Seattle Center may cause traffic and/or parking delays.
Mercer Corridor road reconstruction may cause traffic and detours throughout May. Please check at the website in advance of your performance.
I5 construction on the Spokane Street interchange ramps will mean potential weekend closures through the end of May for those coming from West Seattle. www.wsdot.wa.gov/Projects/SR99/SpokaneStOvercrossing
It's a good idea to check on potential traffic tie-ups before you leave.
Washington State Department of Transportation Online Maps.
City of Seattle Traffic Information Online.
Plan on arriving at least 45 minutes before the performance. There will be no late seating once the performance begins.
Traffic Tip & Parking Information
Use Aurora (Hwy 99), and alternative routes whenever possible to avoid the I-5 exit congestion.
CLICK HERE for parking options.
For driving directions to Marion Oliver McCaw Hall visit our
Bus routes which run through Downtown, Seattle Center and/or the Queen Anne/Uptown neighborhood
may also serve your area.
For bus routes, schedules, and trip planning, visit
King County Metro Online
or call 206.553.3000 or 1.800.542.7876.
Coming from downtown Seattle? A ride on the monorail can bring you to within walking
distance of McCaw Hall.
Visit the Seattle Center Monorail Site
for more information.