Downtown Is Open

Welcome Back Downtown

Downtown Seattle’s business and nonprofit landscape was significantly altered by COVID-19. We’re excited to share the many DSA members and other downtown businesses that have begun to welcome back patrons 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 selection of now-open locations below!

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ACT Theatre

ACT has returned to in-person performances! The 2022 season has begun, featuring top-notch talent with timely, theatrical and personal tales. Up next on the main stage is The Thin Place, presented March 18-April 10.

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AMC Theater
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AMC Cinema at Pacific Place

After so many release delays, we’re ready to head back to the movies! Whether you’re craving a new blockbuster or a lesser-known indie flick, visit AMC to decide which new movie might get you back in the theater tonight.

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Argosy Cruises
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Argosy Cruises

Argosy is once again ready to host guests aboard their sightseeing cruises around the city. Join live-narrated cruise tours across multiple neighborhoods with sweeping views of the Seattle skyline, mountains, and waterfront.

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ArtXchange Gallery

ArtXchange Gallery is a contemporary art gallery that inspires exploration, encourages global perspectives and creates an exchange of ideas through art. Founded in 1995, the space has evolved from an online gallery to a pop-up showroom and now to a 2000+ square foot gallery in Pioneer Square.

Join ArtXchange for Pioneer Square’s historic First Thursday Artwalk, on the first Thursday of every month from 5-8 p.m.!

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Asian Art Museum
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Asian Art Museum

Reimagined and reopened! Vibrant works come together to tell diverse stories of the human experience. From grand, ancient Buddhist sculptures to iconic 17th-century Japanese Crows screens, there’s plenty to explore.

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Burgandy Viscosi Gallery

Local visual artist Burgandy Viscosi creates pieces to express her visionary ideas on creation, collective earth consciousness and transcendence. Her works are showcased in a charming gallery set on the beautiful Seattle waterfront.

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Emerald City Trapeze

Seattle’s premier school for flying trapeze, aerial and circus arts. Emerald City Trapeze welcomes performers and flyers of all levels. With a full-sized indoor flying trapeze rig and a professional grade aerial studio, this is a must see circus school. Rustic charm shines through in its wood-beam construction and funky décor, but the real magic is up in the air.

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Frye Museum
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Frye Museum

Pay a visit to Seattle’s only free art museum dedicated to exhibiting art from past to present. Check out one of their many current exhibitions, such as “Art on the Mind: Ten Years of Creative Aging,” on view through April 3.

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MoPOP
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MoPOP

You can now experience pop culture from somewhere other than your couch, because MoPOP has reopened their doors! Explore traveling and permanent exhibits about your favorite media from science fiction, fantasy, horror and more.

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.