Downtown Deals

Current Offers from DSA Members and Other Downtown Businesses

Downtown Seattle’s business and nonprofit landscape has been significantly altered by COVID-19. While some businesses remain closed, many DSA members and other downtown businesses have now begun to reopen their doors for in-store shopping or dining-in, while following public health guidelines. Help support local business and downtown’s retail, restaurant and arts sectors by checking out the many reopenings, adjusted hours and promotional deals below.

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Offerings

Neighborhood

Arts & Culture

Klondike Museum
Photo: @klondike_nps_seattle

Klondike Museum

Seattle flourished during and after the Klondike Gold Rush. Merchants supplied people from around the world passing through this port city on their way to a remarkable adventure in Alaska. Today, the park is your gateway to learn about the Klondike Gold Rush, explore the area’s public lands, and engage with the local community.

Arts & Culture

MoPOP
Photo: @angela.trann on Instagram

MoPOP

You can now experience pop culture from somewhere other than your couch, because MoPOP has reopened their doors.

Arts & Culture

MOHAI
Photo: @mohaiseattle

Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI)

MOHAI will be reopening to the public on Friday, Apr. 2. Advanced timed tickets are required. Check out their newest permanent exhibit, True Northwest: The Seattle Journey, which traverses viewers from an age when Native American cultures first came into contact with Europeans to the region’s transformation into a major global hub.

Arts & Culture

ONYX
Photo: @onyxfineartscollective

ONYX Fine Arts Collective

ONYX Fine Arts Collective is organized by the voluntary efforts of a group of artists and supporters committed to celebrate and promote the visual artwork of Pacific Northwest Artists of African descent.

Arts & Culture

Seattle Aquarium
Photo: @seattleaquarium

Seattle Aquarium

Come see the Puget Sound’s watery wonders again at the newly reopened aquarium. Make your reservations online to save, and buy early for the best prices.

Arts & Culture

SAM
Photo: SAM's Facebook page

Seattle Art Museum

The SAM is now open. Come journey through overlooked American history with Jacob Lawrence’s “The American Struggle,” and explore “Inked!,” a survey of the first four decades of local Indigenous print production in the Northwest. Timed tickets, masks and physical distancing are required.

Arts & Culture

Seattle Public Library
Photo: @antoniainteriors on Instagram

Seattle Public Library

The buildings are closed, but you can still open a book (or books) free of charge thanks to the Seattle Public Library’s curbside pickup and dropoff. You can pick up at 11 branches around the city and return at 13 locations. Find out where you can get your books, dvds and more (even curbside printing!) at their website.

Offers can change at the discretion of business owners. Please double-check on their website before making purchases.

There are plenty of safe and clean ways to get downtown, but if you choose to drive, consider visiting downtownseattleparking.com for the best parking rates.