Visitor Center

 

Seattle Southside Visitor Center near Sea-Tac International Airport

The main Visitor Center is located one block east of the Airport Light Rail Station at 3100 S. 176th Street. We are your personal concierge service for your Pacific Northwest vacation. Our complimentary services include:

  • Restaurant recommendations
  • Hotel reservation assistance and referrals
  • Directions
  • Free brochures, maps and other logistical and sightseeing guides distribution
  • Transportation guidance
  • Advice on museums, theater, dance, opera and how to get tickets
  • Tour bookings
  • Tips, suggestions and advice on area attractions and ticket information
  • Expert knowledge on local events, sports, festivals and activities

Summer Hours (Memorial Day through Labor Day)
Monday through Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10:00am-4:00pm

Winter Hours
Monday through Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed

Closed Major Holidays

Seattle Southside Visitor Center in Westfield Southcenter Mall

The newest Visitor Center is now open at Westfield Southcenter Mall to assist shoppers with all of their travel related questions. 

The Visitor Center is located on the first floor of the southwest corner of the mall between Sears and Lady Footlocker. Currently, the operating hours are the same as mall hours, excluding extended holiday hours.

The hotel shuttle and taxi pick-up and drop-off location is now located outside the the Visitor Center between Sears and AT&T.

 

Hours
Monday through Saturday: 10am-9pm
Sundays: 11am-7pm

Closed Major Holidays

 

Upcoming Events

Ride the Santa Train--Northwest Railway Museum Dec 10 - 17, 2016. Meet Mr. & Mrs. Claus, enjoy cookies and refreshments, while riding the Santa Train at Northwest Railway Museum.
Breakfast with Santa at Des Moines Activity Center Dec 10, 2016. Santa visits Des Moines!

Recent Blog Posts

Wild Lights at Woodland Park Zoo Michael visits the Woodland Park Zoo for their festive Wild Lights.
Riding on the Polar Express The Visitor Center staff reviews the Polar Express, by the Mount Rainier Railroad & Logging Museum.