Located on the lush shores of Green Lake, The Bathhouse was built in 1927 as a place for bathers to change before plunging into the adjacent water. In 1970, the city of Seattle converted it into an intimate theater space which, since 1999, has served as the home of Seattle Public Theater.
The venue is on the shore of Green Lake and not visible from the street. From the parking lot, use the short footpath to the south to find the venue.
This venue is served by Metro routes 5, 26x, 45, & 62. Click here to plan your trip.
A parking lot is available a short distance away (to the northwest) and street parking is mostly free in the neighborhood. Please be advised that the parking lot is dimly lit and we recommend not leaving valuables your car.