A remnant of the World's Fair, the International Fountain was completely rebuilt in 1995. With 272 jets of water (recycled, of course)...
In the basement of the Seattle Center Armory near the monorail stop, the Children’s Museum is old-school entertainment and a good bet if...
With the demise of the SuperSonics, local basketball fans have turned to Seattle’s female team, the WNBA championship–winning Storm....
Intiman Theatre Festival
Beloved theater company based at the Cornish Playhouse in the Seattle Center. Artistic director Andrew Russell curates magnificent...
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The remnants of the futuristic 1962 World's Fair hosted by Seattle and subtitled Century 21 Exposition are still visible over 50 years later at the Seattle Center. The fair was a major success, attracting 10 million visitors, running a profit (rare for the time) and inspiring a skin-crawlingly kitsch Elvis movie, It Happened at the World's Fair (1963). Thanks to regular upgrades, the complex has retained its luster and contains Seattle's highest concentration of A-list sights.