The Benaroya Hall is a popular performing arts center in Downtown Seattle, just a few blocks from Elliot Bay. You’ll find Benaroya Hall at 200 University Street, Seattle, Washington.

Occupying an entire city block in the heart of downtown Seattle, the the Benaroya Hall is situated directly above the Great Northern Tunnel, through which runs the main railway line through the city, and is adjacent to the Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel, which contains a rail station. Ingenious architectural design prevents noise from the trains being an issue; the hall sits upon rubber pads that insulate it from the building’s outer shell.



Benaroya Hall,
200 University Street,
Washington 98101,
United States


The Benaroya Hall parking garage entrance is on 2nd Avenue, just south of Union Street. You can reach it from exit #165 (Seneca Street) of the I-5 Northbound or exit #165B (Union Street) of the I-5 Southbound.

From the #165 exit, drive 2 blocks on Seneca and take 4th Avenue a further 2 blocks to Union Street. Go 2 blocks on Union to 2nd Avenue, then turn left and immediately left into the garage.

The #165B exit takes you directly onto Union Street. Drive about 5 blocks to 2nd Avenue, then turn left and immediately left into the garage.

Arriving by car? There is a limited underground paid carpark on site. For further details, please see the parking information page.

Public Transit Options

We also recommend accessing the venue by public transport.

Sound Transit’s light rail network has a station that exits directly into Benaroya Hall, called University Street Station. Line 1 trains run every 8-10 minutes.

Benaroya Hall is also served by plenty of bus routes, including the 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, 21, 24, 36, 40, 49, 62, 70, 101, 120, 124, 131, 132, 150, 550, C, D and E.