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Event Date: Thursday, November 29, 2018 

Location: MOHAI—Museum of History and Industry
860 Terry Ave. N Seattle, WA 98109


Getting to MOHAI - Directions and Parking

Here’s how to get to MOHAI by car, public transit, bike, or even by boat.


By Car From I-5
Take Exit 167 at Mercer St. Take an immediate right onto Fairview Ave. N. Turn left onto Valley St. and then turn right into Lake Union Park.

From Downtown
Follow 4th Ave. N. Take a right at Virginia St. Take a left at Westlake Ave. N and proceed north for about 1 mile. Turn right onto Valley St. and then left into Lake Union Park.

Public Parking
Special $10 all-day rate when museum visitors park at the AGC lot. Please visit the admissions desk to get a ticket. The lot is located at 1200 Westlake Ave N.

There are also several private and city-owned parking lots nearby MOHAI. See the map below for parking suggestions.

Accessible parking and drop-off for visitors with special needs is available at the museum. View more information on the MOHAI website.

By Public Transit
Public transportation is a great and easy way to get to MOHAI.

Public Bus
Route 40: Westlake Ave N & Mercer St Stop

RapidRide C: Westlake Ave N & Mercer St Stop

Route 70: Fairview Ave N & Valley St Stop (Northbound), Fairview Ave N & Aloha St Stop (Southbound)

Streetcar
The South Lake Union Streetcar runs every 15 minutes from Westlake Center Park in Downtown Seattle and drops off directly at Lake Union Park. View South Lake Union Streetcar schedule.

By Bike
Protected bike lanes line Westlake Ave N and offer a beautiful ride along Lake Union to MOHAI.

By Boat
Daily boat moorage is available on the north and east sides of the park. Contact the Center for Wooden Boats for rates and availability.

 

If you have any questions prior to the event, please contact Britain Scott at br.scott@northeastern.edu
Our office number at the Seattle campus is 206.467.5480.



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