Benaroya Hall is located in the heart of downtown Seattle, directly across Second Avenue from the Seattle Art Museum. Benaroya Hall is bounded on the north and south by Union and University streets, and on the east and west by Third and Second avenues. The public entrance to Benaroya Hall is along Third Avenue.
PLAN AHEAD! You may experience heavier than usual downtown traffic around Benaroya Hall. Beginning Friday, January 11, The Alaskan Way Viaduct will close permanently followed by the new SR 99 tunnel which is estimated to open in early February. Please allow for extra travel time before and after your upcoming performances.
Benaroya Hall is served by numerous bus routes. Digital reader boards along Third Avenue display real-time bus arrival information.
For details and trip planning tools, call Metro Rider Information at 206.553.3000 (voice), or 206.684.1739 (TDD), or visit Metro online. For Community Transit, call 425.353.RIDE or 1.800.562.1375. For Sound Transit, call 1.888.889.6368 or 1.888.713.6030 (TTY).
The Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel, served by bus and light rail, has a stop just below the Hall (University Street Station).
In addition, weekday traffic on Third Avenue is restricted to vehicles traveling only one block before turning between 6am and 9am and between 3pm and 6:30pm.