Covid vaccines/negative tests are required to enter our building. Review our detailed policy before your visit: http://www.sct.org/safety.

Getting Here

SCT is located in the lower Queen Anne neighborhood, on the grounds of the bustling Seattle Center, just steps away from the Space Needle. It's an exciting time in our area, with a plethora of new buildings in the works and thriving communities.

Location

Seattle Children's Theatre is located at: 201 Thomas Street Seattle, Washington 98109 Seattle Children's Theatre is located at the west entrance of Seattle Center, just north of the Pacific Science Center and west of the Space Needle. The main lobby entrance to the theatre is on the north side of the building. SCT is easily reached by car or public transportation. For more information on where to come for your performance call our ticket office at 206.441.3322.

Parking

Parking is available at a number of nearby garages and surface lots. Limited street parking is available in the surrounding neighborhood. Parking availability may be restricted during sporting events, concerts, or other happenings at Seattle Center, so it's always a good idea to allow for extra time. 

We also encourage you to visit the link below for real-time traffic updates and construction in the area: 

Parking lots Near SCT:
  • 5th Ave Lot: 5th Avenue between Harrison and Mercer
  • Pacific Science Center's Claypool Memorial Garage: Second Avenue N & John Street
  • Methodist Church Garage: on corner of Denny and Warren
  • Climate Pledge Arena: Patrons attending an SCT performance will find easy parking for $15 at the Climate Pledge Arena underground garage by using the code SCT22 upon driving up to the garage entrance. Located a half-block away at 158 Lenny Wilkens Way, patrons parking in that garage will be able to use the garage elevator to exit to the SE corner of the Arena Plaza directly across from the entrance to SCT.

Rates vary according to location, time, and date. For more parking options and information visit www.seattlecenter.com or www.pacsci.org.

Bus Routes

Many bus routes stop in and around the Seattle Center Campus. You can find bus stops on Queen Anne Ave N, 1st Ave N, 2nd Ave N, 5th Ave N and Denny Way. Click below to find the route nearest you.

Bus Route Information

Monorail

Not only is the Monorail an iconic piece of Seattle history, it provides a fun, quick (it's only a two-minute ride!) and convenient link from downtown Seattle's Westlake Center to the Seattle Center campus.  

monorail Information