Downtown Is Open

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

Sailing Seattle
@sailingseattle

Sailing Seattle

Their goal is to make getting out on the water fun and easy for anyone. This is your chance to experience high performance racing yachts at your own pace. Bring your own food and beverage and sit back as our highly skilled crew do all the work!

    Arts & Culture

    Seattle Aquarium
    @seattleaquarium

    Seattle Aquarium

    Come see the Puget Sound’s watery wonders again at the Seattle Aquarium. Make your reservations online to save, and buy early for the best prices. With timed ticketing and plan-ahead pricing, you choose the best fit for your budget and schedule.

    Arts & Culture

    SAM
    SAM's Facebook page

    Seattle Art Museum

    Their new exhibition “Frisson” celebrates the landmark gift of the Friday Foundation in honor of Richard E. Lang and Jane Lang Davis. The 19 works from the extraordinary Lang Collection, serve as significant examples of mature works and pivotal moments of artistic development from some of the most influential American and European artists of the post-war period. The exhibit opens Friday, Oct. 15. Timed tickets, masks and physical distancing are required.

    Arts & Culture

    Seattle Public Library
    @antoniainteriors

    Seattle Public Library

    Their Central Library location has now reopened for in-building services! You can still open a book (or books) using their curbside pickup and dropoff if you prefer.  Find out what branches are offering reopened indoor services at their website.

    Arts & Culture

    @seattlesymphony

    Seattle Symphony

    Seattle Symphony’s latest deal starts Saturday, Oct. 16. For just $29 per ticket, when you choose 3 or more concerts, you can enjoy your favorite works and see some of today’s brightest stars in music — all in a convenient subscription package that suits your style, schedule and budget!

    Arts & Culture

    Seattle Theater Group

    STG’s Education & Community Engagement department offers ongoing pre-recorded arts education class video sessions that are free and open to all. Click the link above to access their archive!

      Arts & Culture

      Space Needle

      Tickets for sale with limited capacity.

      Arts & Culture

      The 5th Avenue Theatre

      The 5th is partnering with Hershey Felder on his Live from Florence 2020-21 Season; a season of storytelling and music.

      Individual tickets to any of the three available performances are $55 per household. A discounted package pass is also available at 10% off.

        Arts & Culture

        @cwbheritage

        The Center for Wooden Boats

        In lieu of their Sunday Public Sail, one and all are encouraged to reserve one of thier peapod rowboats for free one-hour rentals at South Lake Union!

        Arts & Culture

        The Great Wheel
        Photo: The Great Wheel on Facebook

        The Great Wheel

        Now offering private dining in addition to traditional rides.

        Enjoy a spectacular 4-course dinner and view of the Puget Sound paired with with a great bottle of Red or White wine to compliment your dining experience.

        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.