Create an unforgettable experience for you and your guests at The Hall at Fauntleroy, an elegant events space housed in a picturesque 1900s-era former schoolhouse. Close to downtown Seattle, yet nestled a world away in a quiet, tree-lined neighborhood, The Hall at Fauntleroy offers two large and unique indoor spaces, lovely outdoor space, an on-site catering kitchen, and more.
For a space that says “city,” book your event here. Built in a completely refurbished 1927 Capitol Hill building, Melrose Market Studios mashes warm classic with cool modern. Exposed brick, massive fir beams, high ceilings, and a polished concrete floor combine to make a textured and elegant blank slate for your ideas.
Elegance, location and ease come together at Benaroya Hall—home to the Seattle Symphony and the luminescent jewel of downtown’s cultural landscape. Airy, expansive spaces, abundant natural light, and on-site catering and event management make Benaroya Hall an ideal setting for events from 50 to 1,000 guests. Choose from two versatile and acoustically excellent auditoriums, the soaring Grand Lobby, or the more intimate Norcliffe Founder’s Room. Benaroya Hall is perfect for corporate meetings, seminars, holiday parties, concerts, and more. For tours and booking, please call (206) 336-6605.
Seattle’s premier contemporary theatre is also home to the city’s most unique event spaces. Located downtown in a gloriously restored historic building, ACT Theatre offers two auditoriums that seat up to 400 guests each, as well as a number of smaller spaces— like the stylish Bullitt Cabaret, which holds up to 220, and Buster’s Space, a classically appointed room, awash in natural light and overlooking 7th Avenue, that accommodates 120. Smaller rooms and performance spaces are available as well. ACT Theatre makes a terrific setting for weddings, corporate meetings, fundraisers, and more. Schedule a tour or book your event by calling (206) 292-7676.
Add a bit of drama to your event by holding it in this expansive midcentury space, built in the heart of Seattle Center for the 1963 World’s Fair. Reserve it all, or just the sections you need. The Main Auditorium—the theater itself—seats up to 475 for meetings, screenings, or performances. The more intimate Studio Theater is equipped with a piano, theater lighting and a sound system, and is just right for weddings, product launches, cocktail receptions and parties. The soaring, two-level Playhouse Lobby accommodates up to 500 and offers two grand staircases, a large bar, and floor-to-ceiling windows looking onto a fountain courtyard. And The Founder’s Room is the definition of versatile, accommodating up to 50 for a wide variety of uses. Call for tour: (206) 932-1059.
Experience the depth and beauty of Seattle’s original neighborhood that surround THE 101 in Historic Pioneer Square. Raw, original character for your event.
Perfect for charming country wedding and events. The venueis wrapped in glorious gardens from the reception greenhouse to the log cabin, the dock and pond, to the log stage and pavilion.
Seattle’s only venue that donates 100% of profit to charity – so you can host an event and make the world a better place while you’re at it! Located in the heart of Historic Ballard, this space features gorgeous finishes, exposed brick, and marble bar-tops.
Two spectacular spaces—would you expect anything less from a design center?—located in SODO, just minutes from downtown.
Host your next event at 902 feet! Corporate functions, holiday parties, wedding receptions, school dances, and everything in-between – Sky View is your special occasion destination! Capacity: 400
The definition of urban chic, with everything a Sodo space should have: two bars, a rooftop deck with skyline views, a 16-foot video screen with surround sound, Wi-Fi, free parking and more.
For occasions with a sense of history, this stately and elegant house just off Broadway on Capitol Hill is as close as you can get to colonial grandeur in Seattle.
Head out to rustic Bramble Bump in the heart of Woodinville Wine Country. From an intimate gathering around a fire to elegant weddings and meetings, this secluded space has it all—including award-winning wine, of course.
This historical landmark property overlooks Elliot Bay and boasts an unobstructed view of the Seattle city skyline. In 2019, the venue won “BEST QUINTESSENTIAL SEATTLE RECEPTION SITE” by Seattle Bride Magazine!
Give your guests something to do besides munch and mingle—at Seattle Glassblowing Studio, they can learn to make art from pros. Perfect for corporate events and cocktail parties.
Events are infused with a double-shot of hip at this distinctly urban venue in booming South Lake Union. Vaulted ceilings and 5,000-square feet make it a favorite go-to for weddings, fundraisers, and corporate events. Wired for projection, sound and Internet, and plenty of parking, too.
Gather at one of Seattle’s last lush and leafy locales. Sixteen park-like acres surround sunlight-drenched buildings with indoor and outdoor space for up to 250 guests.
For something completely different, hold your event at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture on the UW campus. Dance with dinosaurs, mingle with mastodons—it doesn’t get more “pure Northwest” than this.
If you love their candles, you’ll be crazy about an event in their Madrona hot shop, where glass artists make magic.
The Summit is a 5,000 sq. ft. multi-use space located on Capitol Hill. Perfect for receptions, business meetings, educational events, and private parties. Capacity: 370
This beautiful new multipurpose building in the heart of West Seattle is available to individuals and non-profit organizations. Just right for auctions, milestone celebrations, community gatherings, and more.
This beautifully designed structure has been thoughtfully reimagined as a unique event venue in Seattle. Over 10,000 square feet of versatile space can be configured to suit any need from an intimate gathering that moves through several small spaces to a grand statement that utilizes the sheer volume of the place.
Tucked among shops, cafes and restaurants a block off the lake, the churchlike Hall is housed in a renovated 1921 building and offers two fine spaces, including a ballroom flooded with natural light and frequently stunning sunsets.