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Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya Hall

Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya Hall

Seattle, Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya Hall
200 University Street
Seattle, WA 98101 http://www.seattlesymphony.org/benaroyahall/plan-visit/directions

Enjoy the opening night of each Sinfonietta concert in the heart of the city!  The Nordstrom Hall's intimate acoustic and sloped seating are perfectly designed for the chamber orchestra experience.  Come downtown by car, light rail, or bus to end the week in the wonderful ambience of Benaroya Hall.  Have dinner or drinks before or after the performance, and enjoy a fantastic concert experience with friends or family.   

Map & Directions

From Southbound I-5
Take the Union Street exit (#165B). Continue onto Union Street and proceed approximately five blocks to Second Avenue. Turn left onto Second Avenue. The Benaroya Hall parking garage will be on your immediate left. The garage entrance is on Second Avenue, just south of Union Street.

From Northbound I-5
Exit left onto Seneca Street (exit #165). Proceed two blocks and turn right onto Fourth Avenue. Continue two blocks. Turn left onto Union Street. Continue two blocks. Turn left onto Second Avenue.

Southbound Highway 99 (Aurora Avenue)
Take the Denny Way/Downtown exit. Keep right and cross over Denny Way onto Wall Street. Proceed approximately five blocks and turn left onto Second Avenue. Continue south on Second Avenue approximately eight blocks.

Northbound Highway 99 (Aurora Avenue)
Take the Seneca Street exit and move into the left lane. Turn left onto First Avenue and proceed one block. Take the next right (at the Hammering Man sculpture) onto University Street. Continue up the hill two blocks to Third Avenue. Turn left onto Third Avenue, and left again at the next block onto Union Street. Make the next left onto Second Avenue.

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