Inside/Out Venues

Our First Hill home is closed for a top-to-bottom renovation and we’ve gone “Inside/Out”—all the programming you love is being presented in dozens of venues across the city until our building’s re-opening in March 2019.

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Accessibility is important to us! If you have an accommodation request, please email production@townhallseattle.org.


Center For Urban Horticulture

3501 NE 41st Street (University District)

Getting There

The Center for Urban Horticulture is located on the north shore of Union Bay near the intersection of NE 41st St and Mary Gates Memorial Drive NE. Metro routes 78, 25, 65, and 75 run near the venue. Click here to plan your trip.

Visit the Center’s website for detailed travel information.

Parking

Ample parking is available for the public in the lots off 41st Street. The lower lot is reserved for staff. Bike parking is also available nearby.

The Collective

400 Dexter Ave N (South Lake Union)

Getting There

The Collective is located in the South Lake Union Neighborhood near the intersection of Dexter Ave N and Harrison Street in The Juno Building.

From the garage, take the elevator to the second floor. Follow the signs to the event space. The main entrance is located on Dexter. From the main entrance, take the elevator to the second floor. Follow the signs to the event space.

The venue is served by nearby metro routes 8, 62, 26, & 28 among others. It’s also a short walk from the SLU Street Car, which stops on Westlake to the East. Click here to plan your trip.

Parking

On-site garage parking is $5 after 6pm. Enter the garage from the alleyway off of Harrison St. on the east side of the Juno Building.

First Baptist Church

1111 Harvard Ave (First Hill)

Getting There

The venue is located at the intersection of Seneca St. and Harvard Ave. The main entrance used for Town Hall events is located on the Northwest Seneca Street side of the building. This entrance requires the use of steps.

Metro routes 60, 49, 12, 10, and 2 (among others) run near the venue. Click here to plan your trip.

Accessibility

There is a sliding glass door into the Administration and Education building on Harvard Street, near the middle of the block.  This is the main accessible entrance to Seattle First Baptist.

To get to the Sanctuary, take the elevator located within this entry to the 2nd Floor.  Follow the signage in the hallways and ramps to the Sanctuary.

  Assistive listening devices available at this venue.

Parking

There is a pay lot adjacent to the building (West side). Be sure to note your stall number when using this lot.

If that lot is full, there is street parking in the area as well as these close-by options:

Greenwood Senior Center

525 N 85th St (Greenwood)

Getting There

The Greenwood Senior Center is located on 85th St between Dayton Ave N and Fremont Ave N. Buses #45 and #355 stop in front of the Greenwood Senior Center. Bus #5 stops at 85th and Greenwood, requiring a short walk to the center.  Click here to plan your trip.

Accessibility

  Assistive listening devices available at this venue.

Parking

Free parking is available in the back of the building or on surrounding side-streets.

Hillman City Collaboratory

5623 Rainier Ave S (Hillman City)

Getting There

The venue is located on the corner of Rainier Ave S and S Orcas St. The entrance is located at the SE corner of the building. The building and entrance are at-grade level and fully accessible.

This venue is served by Metro routes 7 and 9x, among others. Click here to plan your trip.

Parking

Ample street parking should be available in the area.

Impact Hub

220 Second Ave S (Pioneer Square)

Getting There

Impact Hub is located in the triangular-shaped Masins building between the two forks of 2nd Avenue S. and 2nd Ave Extension. Enter the building from 2nd Avenue S.

We strongly encourage utilizing public transportation or ride share to this venue. Pioneer Square is served by many Metro routes, including RapidRide lines C, E, & D and the light rail. Click here to plan your trip.

Parking

Parking is a challenge in Pioneer Square due to construction and development in the neighborhood. Limited 2-hour street parking is available on 2nd Avenue S (free after 6pm). The closest garage is The Butler Garage at 114 James St.

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute

104 17th Ave S (Central District)

Getting There

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI) is located on the southeast corner of East Yesler Way and 17th Ave South. The accessible entrance is on the first/lower floor of the building. The main entrance to the theater house is accessed via stairs only. There’s an elevator at the lower entrance.

LHPAI can be accessed at the East Yesler Way and 17th Avenue South bus stop for bus route #27. Click here to plan your trip.

Accessibility

  Assistive listening devices available at this venue.

Parking

LHPAI offers a variety of options for parking free of charge. Street parking is available along with parking lots on the northeast corner of East Yesler Way and 17th Ave South. There is additional parking behind the building in the southeast parking lot.

MLK FAME Community Center

3201 E Republican St (Madison Park)

Getting There

MLK FAME Center is located in the Washington Park neighborhood near the 32nd Ave E and E Republican St. Click here to plan your trip.

Parking

Limited parking (less the 20 spots) is available on the venue property. Ample street parking in the area is usually available, especially in the evenings.

MoPOP JBL Theater

325 5th Ave N (Lower Queen Anne)

Getting There

MoPOP (formerly the EMP) is located within Seattle Center on 5th Ave between Thomas St. and Harrison St. MoPOP is served by many bus routes, with frequent connections to downtown Seattle and surrounding neighborhoods. Click here to plan your trip.

For detailed travel, parking, and location info please see MoPOP’s website.

Parking

Ample street parking and pay lots surround MoPOP and Seattle Center. There is a pay lot next to MoPOP at 5th Avenue N and Harrison Street. Designated handicapped parking spaces are available at all Seattle Center lots.

Museum of Flight

9404 E Marginal Way S (South Georgetown)

Getting There

The Museum of Flight is located south of Georgetown near the Duwamish Waterway, nestled between South Beacon Hill and South Park.

Parking

All parking is free. A convenient parking is located next to the Museum entries on the east and west sides of East Marginal Way. Please see the Parking Map for additional information.

Phinney Neighborhood Center

6532 Phinney Ave N (Phinney Ridge)

Getting There

Metro route 5 stops directly outside the venue. Click here to plan your trip.

Town Hall utilizes multiple rooms within the PNA campus:

Room 7 (in the blue building, upper parking lot):
Located on the main level of the Blue Building and is accessible via the entrance on Phinney Ave N.

The Community Room (in the brick building, lower parking lot):
Located on the lower level of the Brick Building and is accessible via stairs or elevator.

Parking

There is a parking lot for each building and an outdoor staircase that joins the two lots. The two parking lot entrances are on N. 67th Ave.

Pigott Building (Seattle U)

SU Campus Walk (at Marion) (Capitol Hill)

Getting There

Pigott Building is located within the Seattle University campus. We strongly encourage utilizing public transportation or ride share to this venue, as parking can be a challenge. The neighborhood is served by Metro routes 2, 3, 4, 12, 43, and 49 among others, as well as the Street Car. Click here to plan your trip.

Accessibility

  Assistive listening devices available at this venue.

Parking

Seattle University has parking options on campus, but they often fill up quickly. Learn more about those options here. Street parking may also be available on 12th Ave.

The two closest off-campus lots are:

Rainier Arts Center

3515 South Alaska St (Columbia City)

Getting There

RAC is located near 35th Ave S and S Alaska St. Enter from the east side of the building. The main entrance is only accessible via a staircase.

Accessibility:
There is an accessible entrance on the South side of the building. The ramp is 34″ wide and leads to a 35″-wide door directly into the auditorium. The wheelchair lift at the main entrance is not currently operational.

Parking

The on-site lot can accommodate 15 cars; additional parking is available on-street and in commercial parking lots nearby on Rainier Avenue.

The Riveter (Capitol Hill)

1517 12th Ave Suite 101 (Capitol Hill)

Getting There

The Riveter is located in the heart of Capitol Hill on 12th Ave between Pike and Pine. Multiple bus routes serve the venue, including routes 2, 10, 11, 12, and 49. The light rail or streetcar will get you within 5 blocks of the venue.

Parking

Parking on Capitol Hill can prove tricky. For extensive parking information, please reference The Riveter’s website. Paid hourly parking is available in the area as well as public garages.

The Royal Room

5000 Rainier Ave S (Columbia City)

Getting There

The Royal Room is on the southeast corner of South Hudson and Rainier Ave S. Take light rail (LINK) from downtown Seattle toward SeaTac airport, get off at the Columbia City station and walk three blocks east on Edmunds Street towards Rainier Avenue South. Take a right on Rainier avenue, and go two blocks south.

Metro routes 7 and 9 will arrive from downtown and capitol hill respectively. Click here to plan your trip.

Parking

The Royal Room has no dedicated parking lot but there is street parking available, especially south of S. Hudson street. There are two parking lots, which charge as little as $1, within a 3 minute walk of the venue. One is on the southwest corner of Rainier and S. Hudson. The other is located on S. Ferdinand, half a block east of Rainier.

SIFF Cinema Egyptian

805 E Pine St (Capitol Hill)

Getting There

SIFF Cinema Egyptian is located near Harvard Ave and E Pine St. The venue is served by the following bus lines: 9, 10, 11, 43, 49, 60, 84. Click here to plan your trip. The LINK light rail is also a good option.

Accessibility

  Assistive listening devices available at this venue.

Parking

There is a paid parking lot available across the street on the corner of Harvard and Pine as well as limited street parking in the area.

Southside Commons

3518 S Edmunds St (Hillman City)

Getting There

Southside Commons is located in the former Southside Church of Christ building in the historic Columbia City neighborhood of South Seattle. The Commons is situated one block from downtown Columbia City and two blocks from the Columbia light rail station.

This area is served by Central Link light rail and bus routes 7, 8, 9, & 50. Click here to plan your trip.

Parking

A small parking lot is located on site with less than 10 spots. Ample street parking is available in the area (2 hours max, pay until 6pm).

The Summit

420 E Pike St (Capitol Hill)

Getting There

The venue is located on the corner of E. Pike St. and Summit Ave. Look for the bold lettering on the side of the building and use the entrance on Pike St. This venue is served by Metro routes 8, 10, & 11. Click here to plan your trip.

Parking

Evening parking is available for $5-$7 in the adjacent garage (enter garage from Summit between Pike & Pine St.)  Street parking is also available (paid until 10pm).

Taproot Theatre

204 N 85th St (Greenwood)

Getting There

The theatre is in the first block west of Greenwood Ave N on the right hand side of the street.

Accessibility

  Assistive listening devices available at this venue.

Parking

Allow at least 30 minutes of extra time to find parking, or arrive early to the neighborhood for a pre-event meal. Out of respect for the neighborhood, Taproot Theatre asks that you only park in the suggested lots found on their website here.

There is a three-minute passenger load zone on the corner of N 85th St and Palatine Ave N (just west of the theatre) for drop-offs.

Please do not park in the lot in front of Bartell Drugs and Top Ten Toys or the Piper Village parking lot behind the theatre. Patrons parking in these lots may be ticketed or towed.

Temple De Hirsch Sinai

1441 16th Avenue (Capitol Hill)

Getting There

Located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, Temple De Hirsch Sinai lives on an entire city block surrounded by Union St and Pike St and 15th Ave and 16th Ave. Use the main entrance on 16th Ave.

We strongly recommend utilizing public transit or ride share to this venue. The #2, #4, and #15 all run near the area. Click here to plan your trip. Additional traveling directions are available on Temple de Hirsh’s website.

Accessibility

  Assistive listening devices available at this venue.

Parking

There may be parking spaces available in the large lot on 16th Ave across from the Sanctuary, but this lot will fill up. There are pay lots available on Madison St. as well. Click here to view SDOT’s parking map of the area.

The Triple Door

216 Union St (Downtown)

Getting There

The Triple Door is located in Downtown near 3rd Ave and Union St. Many bus routes serve the area, including routes 2, 13, 10, and RapidRide lines. Click here to plan your trip.

Accessibility

The Triple Door has a chair lift and many of their seats are accessible by ramp.

Parking

Parking is available in numerous garages in the area; the closest is on Union and 2nd Avenue.

University Lutheran Church

1604 NE 50th St (University District)

Getting There

The main entrance is on 16th Ave NE via the staircase. An accessible entrance is located on the north side of the building, via the parking lot. This area is served by Metro routes 70 and 45, among others. Click here to plan your trip.

Parking

There is a small lot to the north of the venue with a limited number of spots available. Parking is otherwise limited in the area. Click here to view a map of parking, via The City of Seattle.

University Prep

8000 25th Ave NE (Wedgwood)

Getting There

University Prep is located in NE Seattle at 25th Ave NE and NE 80th St. Follow signs to the Hooper Fine Arts Center on NE 80th.

This venue is served by Metro routes 312, 41, and 70, among others. Click here to plan your trip.

Parking

Patrons may utilize University Prep’s parking lots on NE 80th St and on 25th Ave NE. Ample street parking is usually available in the area as well. Parking at Temple Beth Am is strictly prohibited.

The Wing Luke Museum

719 South King Street (International District)

Getting There

The Wing Luke Museum is located between 7th and 8th Ave S in the Chinatown-International District. Click here to plan your trip.

Accessibility

Wing Luke Museum galleries are fully wheelchair accessible by elevator as well as the entrance on South King Street.

Parking

Use this map to find parking near the Wing Luke Museum. There are several public pay parking lots within 5 blocks. Street parking is free all day Sunday and holidays. Other times, metered and timed parking policies apply.

Westside School

 10404 34th Ave SW (West Seattle)

Getting There

Westside School is located in West Seattle’s Arbor Heights neighborhood at the corner of 34th Ave SW and SW 104th St. Enter the building from the west side, near 104th Ave. This area is served by Metro routes 120, 21, and the C Line. Click here to plan your trip.

The venue is fully accessible including an elevator to the 2nd floor venue level.

Parking

Enter the campus parking lot from the north entrance on SW 104 St. Street parking can also be found in the area. As a courtesy to the surrounding neighbors, please do not park on the west side of 34th Ave SW.

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