Town Hall Seattle

 

Town Hall’s historic building was originally the Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist, constructed in two stages from 1916 through 1922. It was built at the peak of the Christian Science movement, when the church could afford generous spaces and fine finishes. The congregation was the sole and continuous occupant of the building until it was sold to Town Hall in 1998. Architect George Foote Dunham of Portland designed the space, employing the distinctive Roman Revival style (popular among many Christian Science churches at the time) that lends Town Hall its characteristic high front portico with six two-story pillars and the high arched ceiling of the Great Hall.

Courtesy of Town Hall Seattle

To ensure the latest polices for your upcoming visit, we recommend confirming directly with the website of your chosen venue, Town Hall.

COVID procedures from the from the Town Hall Seattle website: 

Beginning September 15, 2022, masking by all patrons, presenters, and employees is no longer required for Town Hall-produced events. Rental partners may continue to require masking for their events. Please check individual rental partner guidelines before attending any event.

Town Hall Seattle strongly encourages all audience members to continue to wear a mask over their nose and mouth except when eating or drinking. We ask that all audience members be respectful of each other’s choices.

Parking

The parking lot at Town Hall is currently under construction, however there are several parking garages within a short distance. Please visit Location, Directions, & Parking – Town Hall Seattle for more details on specific garages.

The entrance is on 8th Avenue between Seneca and Spring streets. Please contact access@townhallseattle.org with accessibility accommodation inquiries and requests.

Nearby parking garages include:

  • Diamond Parking Services, LLC (8th Ave between Madison and Spring Streets)
  • 711 Madison Street Parking (enter on NW corner of 8th and Madison)