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Washington State Convention Center

Address: 705 Pike St, Seattle, WA 98101

For over 25 years, the Washington State Convention Center has been the Northwest’s premier meetings and events facility. Welcoming thousands of visitors from around the globe each year, WSCC offers industry-leading service, award-winning catering and a comprehensive range of services for event planners, exhibitors and guests.

Located in the heart of Seattle, a city resonating with innovative minds and a vibrant arts scene, WSCC is within walking distance of world-class hotels, restaurants, entertainment and attractions. With a longstanding commitment to sustainability, public art and modern technology, WSCC serves its surrounding community and provides visitors with a truly unique Northwest experience.


Travel:

GETTING HERE BY PLANE

Seattle–Tacoma International Airport

17801 International Blvd, Seattle, WA 98158


BOOK YOUR TRIP

World-Wide Travel Associates is NECA’s preferred Travel Agent. If you would like to make your an Airline reservation, you can reach WWT at 1.855-WWTA-INC or visit, http://www.wwtainc.com


GETTING HERE BY CAR

Information on getting to and around Seattle by car can be found on the VisitSeattle website, here.


GETTING HERE BY BUS

Greyhound Lines, Inc. is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation, serving more than 3,800 destinations with 13,000 daily departures across North America.

Megabus.com is the first, low-cost, express bus service to offer city-to-city travel for as low as $1 via the Internet. Since launching in April 2006, megabus.com has served more than 22 million customers throughout more than 120 cities across North America.


GETTING HERE BY TRAIN

Amtrak serves Seattle. Take Amtrak and arrive fresh and relaxed.

En route daily between Los Angeles and Seattle, the Coast Starlight train passes through Santa Barbara, the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento and Portland. Widely regarded as one of the most spectacular of all train routes, the Coast Starlight links the greatest cities on the West Coast.

With 21,000 route miles in 46 states, the District of Columbia and three Canadian provinces, the national rail operator Amtrak offers more than 300 trains each day—at high speeds up to 150 mph—to more than 500 destinations.


GETTING AROUND: Downtown Seattle

Link Light Rail
Link Light Rail makes trips from the airport station to the University of Washington through downtown Seattle between 5am and 1am, Monday through Saturday (the last train departs the airport at 12:10am), and from 5am to midnight on Sunday (the last train departs the airport at 11:05pm). Trains arrive every 6 to 15 minutes, depending on the time of day, and take about 40 minutes to travel between Sea-Tac International Airport and Westlake Station in downtown Seattle. One-way fare for adults ranges from $2.25 to $3. Schedules and station maps are available on the Sound Transit website.

All-Day Regional Transit Pass
An all-day regional transit pass is available for visitors to Seattle. These $8 all-day passes are loaded onto regional transit cards ($5 each) at all ORCA vending machines and are used for unlimited riding on all local public transit (excluding the Seattle Monorail and Washington State Ferries). Transit pass value covers $3.50 per ride.

Information about Seattle Streetcars

 

*Travel information provided by www.visitseattle.org/