Directions & Parking
Washington State Convention Center
705 Pike Street - on the corner of 7th and Pike Street
Seattle, Washington 98101
DRIVING & PARKING
There are many parking choices around the event. The Convention Center garage and Freeway Park Garage are conveniently located near the convention center. Please see the map for details. Height restrictions are 6’5″ for WSCC and 6’9″ for Freeway Park Garage.
The City of Seattle has a handful of parking lots with real time stats on available spots. Look for the e-park signs at participating garages with real time information.
You can check the following sites for an updated map of current parking lots: downtownseattle.org/parking and seattle.gov/transportation/projects-and-programs/programs/parking-program/e-park
There is also a service called SpotHero that allows you to reserve a parking spot ahead of time. Spot-Hero is the nationwide leader in online parking reservations near the Washington
State Convention Center. Simply compare parking options, reserve, and use your confirmation to access the facility.
To reserve your parking spot for the Northwest Flower & Garden Festival, click here to visit the Washington State Convention Center Spot-Hero Page and book a spot with rates up to 50% off drive-up.
We strongly encourage everyone to take public transportation to and from the show. It is safe, fast and very convenient.
The Link light rail travels from Sea-Tac airport all the way to the University of Washington. Westlake Station in downtown Seattle is just blocks from the entrance to the show. Click here for times, maps and more info on the Seattle Link Light Rail.
The Sounder train is also a fantastic option for those coming from Everett to Lakewood. View the schedule here: soundtransit.org
Are you coming from North Seattle? If so, King County Metro Route 41 has a direct route from the Northgate Park n’ Ride to Convention Place. Click here for a detailed time table, map, and more. Just one block south of the main entrance to the show, King County Metro has a bus stop which services buses from all over the region. Bus routes 10, 11, 14, 41, 43, 49, 84, 306, 308, 312, and 522 all have a stop at 6th and Pike. Please visit metro.kingcounty.gov for more information and to create a custom trip.
If public transportation is not an option for you, then please keep in mind that the parking garages surrounding the Convention Center tend to fill very quickly.