Take a Tour!
Our home is a spacious converted fish cannery and luggage factory on Seattle’s historic waterfront. Right in the heart of Belltown, we’re half a mile from major Seattle icons—Pike Place Market, the Space Needle, and the Gehry-designed Museum of Pop Culture. Everything happens under a single roof that feels like a second home. Watch this virtual tour and contact us if you have any questions.
Please see our COVID-19 webpage for updates on safety measures while required on campus.
Fall 2022 Building Hours
Effective September 19, 2022 campus will be open on the following schedule:
Monday 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays: Closed
Location & Contact Information
2501 Elliott Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: (206) 876-6100 | Toll-Free: (888) 977-2002
Traveling to Campus
From I-5 North
Use the Madison St. Exit and turn left (west) on Madison St. Proceed eight blocks and turn right (north) on Alaska Ave. Continue on Alaska for approximately fifteen blocks. Turn right (east) on Vine Street. Go one block and turn right (south) on Elliot Ave. The Seattle School is at the corner of Elliot and Wall St. There is street parking available and an unaffiliated pay lot across Elliot from the school’s main entrance.
From I-5 South
Take Mercer St. exit (167) and continue westbound on Mercer. Continue on Mercer for approximately half a mile and use the left 2 lanes to turn left (south) onto 5th Ave. Proceed five blocks and turn right (west-ish) onto Broad. Continue for thirteen blocks and turn left on Elliot Ave and The Seattle School is at the corner of Elliot and Wall St. There is street parking available and an unaffiliated pay lot across Elliot from the school’s main entrance.
About the Building
Built in 1910, the campus building of The Seattle School is a historic site (common name: Old Skyway Luggage Company). To learn more about our building’s history, please visit the City of Seattle Historical Sites page or visit the school and take a walking tour through history with different photographic displays through the building.