1. Benaroya Hall

    This bastion of culture is the city’s first venue designed exclusively for music performances. It is also home to the Seattle Symphony. The 2,500-seat Mark Taper auditorium is known for its superior acoustics. Another 540-seat hall is used for smaller concerts.

    Benaroya Hall
  2. McCaw Hall

    In 2003 the original opera house underwent a massive transformation to become McCaw Hall . Built for no less than $127 million, this plush 2,900-seat auditorium with state-of-the-art acoustics and excellent amenities is home to the Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet.

  3. KeyArena

    The largest indoor venue in Seattle Center is home to the city’s professional men’s and women’s basketball teams, Seattle Supersonics and Seattle Storm, and the Thunderbirds hockey team. Concerts are also held here.

  4. Paramount Theater

    One of the most treasured theaters in town, the faithfully restored Paramount dates from 1928 and exudes the charm of the popular Beaux Arts style of grand movie palaces of its period. Today, it presents Broadway shows, jazz and rock concerts, and dance performances.

  5. Moore Theater

    Built in 1907, the grand lobby and halls of Seattle’s oldest theater flow with mosaic, stained glass, and woodcarvings. In 1974, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. It also serves as a base for new rock bands.

  6. 5th Avenue Theatre

    Opening in 1926 as a vaudeville venue, 5th Avenue’s ornate imperial Chinese design was inspired by Beijing’s Forbidden City. It is Seattle’s premier home for nationally touring musical theater.

  7. Bagley Wright Theatre

    The large green building at the Seattle Center belongs to the non-profit Seattle Repertory Theatre. The Bagley Wright Hall is the flagship of the company’s three performance venues. The Rep won the 1990s Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theater, confirming its reputation for producing classic and contemporary plays of high literary standards.

    • 155 Mercer St

    • 877 900 9285

    Bagley Wright Theatre
  8. ACT Theatre/ Kreielsheimer Place

    Housed in the beautifully refurbished Kreielsheimer Place (formerly Eagles Auditorium), the long-running A Contemporary Theatre showcases contemporary playwrights. Inside, the cultural center contains four performance spaces, ACT’s administrative offices, rehearsal spaces, and scene and costume shops.

  9. Broadway Performance Hall

    Victor Steinbrueck, who helped preserve Pike Place Market, was also instrumental in saving this auditorium from the wrecking ball. Its repertoire includes film festivals, music and dance recitals, and off-the-wall theater.

  10. Sky Church

    EMP’s performance venue is a 85-ft (26-m) high room, the ultimate facility for a band looking to use 48,000 watts of surround-sound amplification, exceptional computer-controlled light systems, and the world’s largest indoor video screen.

Top 10 Best Cinemas

  1. Egyptian

    With its kitschy decor the theater housed the SIFF in the 1980s.

    • 805 E Pine St

    • 206 781 5755

  2. Harvard Exit

    Seattle’s first art movie house.

    • 807 E Roy St

    • 206 781 5755

  3. NW Film Forum

    Has an independent cinema and studio for incubating new work.

    • 1515 12th Ave E

    • 206 329 2629

  4. Cinerama

    Paul Allen financed the restoration of this 808-seat movie house.

    • 2100 4th Ave

    • 206 441 3080

  5. Fremont Outdoor Cinema (Summers)

    Favorite for cult and classic movies.

    • N 35th & Phinney Ave N

    • 206 634 2150

  6. Grand Illusion

    They show the best of independent and avant-garde films.

    • 1403 NE 50th St

    • 206 523 3935

  7. Rendezvous Cafe/ Jewel Box

    This Belltown bar’s back room seats only a few diehard fans of independent film.

    • 206 441 5823

    • only Wed

  8. Majestic Bay

    Ballard’s vintage theater offers modern luxuries.

    • 2044 NW Market St

    • 206 781 2229

  9. Neptune

    Built in 1921 with a nautical motif and movie-palace grandeur.

    • 1303 NE 45th St

    • 206 781 5755

  10. Varsity

    The Varsity has thrived since it opened in 1940.

    • 4329 University Way NE

    • 206 781 5755

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