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The Port of Seattle offers public access to many of its facilities. Here's where citizens and visitors can enjoy access to the best of the region:

Bell Street Pier at Pier 66

2203 Alaskan Way
Seattle, WA 98121

  • Waterfront access
  • Public plazas with benches and telescopes
  • Water feature/fountain
  • Marina
  • Cruise ship berths

Fishermen's Terminal

3919 18th Avenue West
Seattle, WA 98119

  • Moorage for more than 700 commercial fishing and workboats annually
  • Public plaza
  • Seattle Fishermen's Memorial
  • Informational panels on fishing industry
  • Outdoor seating

Harbor Marina Corporate Center at Terminal 102

1001 Klickitat Way Southwest
Seattle, WA 98134

  • South/southwest end of Harbor Island south of Spokane Street
  • 600 feet of shoreline walkway with benches

Pier 69 - Port of Seattle Headquarters

2711 Alaskan Way
Seattle, WA 98121

  • Refurbished historic building
  • Houses Port Commission, Executive, and other Port support services
  • Artworks by local artists, delegates, visitors, and customers

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)

17801 Pacific Highway South
Seattle, WA 98178

  • The airport is home to a magnificent and growing collection of art: large permanent collection and rotating temporary exhibits
  • Art is available for viewing both pre- and post-security sections of the airport

Shilshole Bay Marina

7001 Seaview Avenue Northwest
Seattle, WA 98117

  • Moorage for more than 1,000 recreational boats
  • Guest dock
  • Fishing pier
  • Promenade
  • Seating
  • Leif Erickson statue and plaza
  • Near bike trail

Terminal Tour

Take a self-guided walking tour at the container terminals in the North Harbor of the NW Seaport Alliance and other Port of Seattle parks and properties.

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