Fisher Pavilion305 Harrison Street
is Seattle Center’s inviting gathering place for all to enjoy cultural festivals, community celebrations and commercial events. Located in the heart of the campus, the 21,000 square foot Fisher Pavilion features nearly 14,000 square feet of exhibition space, a series of floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows that open onto two-acres of green space, a 19,000 square foot rooftop plaza with vistas of the International Fountain and Seattle Center campus. In front of the Pavilion is nearly two acres of open green space featuring a woodland garden, 40,000 square feet of lawn, a circular path with engraved paver tiles, and the Memorial Garden, recognizing the victims of September 11th.
Fisher Pavilion is a versatile gathering space built into a natural hillside with an expansive open rooftop plaza. It is home to festivals, concerts, banquets, exhibits, trade-shows and meetings.
The venue sits in the heart of the Seattle Center campus featuring direct access to the South Fountain Lawn and International Fountain.
The landscaped rooftop plaza with a spectacular view of the International Fountain is an unparalleled atmosphere for outdoor events.
Fisher Pavilion History
The Flag Pavilion, the original structure on this site, was built to last only six-months as an exhibition space for the 1962 World's Fair. It actually lasted over 39 years as the home to over fifteen cultural festivals, commercial and public events. During the World's Fair, the facility served as a gathering place for many famous US politicians such as former president Lyndon Johnson, then- Governor Albert Rosellini, Senator John Glenn, and Senator Warren Magnuson.
Fisher Pavilion held its Grand Opening in September 2002 as Seattle Center’s new inviting gathering place for all to enjoy cultural festivals, community celebrations and commercial events.
Fisher Pavilion is host to all of the major festivals on campus, as well as the Festal cultural festivals, plus it’s the site for the Winterfest Ice Rink and many other events and exhibits from concerts to shows and public gatherings throughout the year.
No smoking allowed in the building.
Parking is available in all Seattle Center lots.
www.seattlecenter.com or Ticketmaster: www.ticketmaster.com, (206) 628-0888, TDD (206) 628-8889. Ticketmaster outlet on the west plaza of KeyArena and on the east side of campus near the Space Needle or all Ticketmaster locations.
Disabled Parking: With a disabled parking permit, a person can park all day in a one-hour or two-hour parking spot, of which they are several near the corner of Second and Thomas near the church and on the south side of Thomas Street behind the Seattle Center Pavilion.
Drop Off Locations: Gate 2/3 at the corner of Second and Thomas
Accessible Entries: East elevator and front (north) doors
Elevators/Ramps: East Elevator
Accessible Restrooms: Each restroom has an ADA stall. There are also accessible water fountains inside at both the east and west ends of the building.
Contacts: Seattle Center Customer Service (206) 684-7200, TDD / TTY: 7-1-1
Wheelchair Accessible Phones: Available at the east end inside the building and one at the west end.