Seattle Center is a 87-acre campus, home to 21 cultural, educational, sports, and entertainment organizations.
First, coming together as the site of the 1962 Worldís Fair, the Centerís landscaped grounds are free to visit and include the dramatic International Fountain and sculptures for children to play on. With over 21 attractions to visit, you can go from a roller coaster to a cultural festival to a concert or show at Key Arena.
As one of the nationís best gathering places, Seattle Center is home to:
On-site attractions include, Seattle Center House, Seattle Center Monorail, Fun Forest Amusement Park, Pacific Science Center, The Childrenís Museum, the Seattle Repertory Theatre, Space Needle, Experience Music Project, Key Arena, McCaw Hall and more.
The new Fisher Pavilion, opened in 2002, is home to 13 cultural festivals. Itís rooftop plaza and front glass wall offers a panoramic view to the International Fountain and Queen Anne Hill.
The International Fountain operates with synchronized water & music shows on the hour, every day, and periodically throughout each hour.
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