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Seattle, Washington Trade Show Displays & Trade Show Information


Located in the upper northwest, Seattle is a major coastal seaport and is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. A home to Native Americans for some 4,000 years prior to the first white settlers, Seattle was a major logging center before becoming the gateway to Alaska for those following the Klondike Gold Rush. Exhibit Deal can provide the exhibit and trade show needs for your next event whether that’s a large graphic, a simple sign or an elaborate display. Give ExhibitDeal.com a call at (866) 577-DEAL to get started on the plans for your next successful event. Exhibit Deal provided the information about the City of Seattle contained on this page.

Trade Show Products

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Trade Show Rentals

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Convention Centers

Washington State Convention Center

Located in the heart of downtown Seattle, the Washington State Convention Center (WSCC) is within walking distance of some of the city's best hotels, shops and restaurants. The facility opened in 1988 and was expanded in 2001 and 2010.



WSCC has 205,700 square feet of dedicated exhibit space. A 45,000 square foot ballroom is divisible into four sections. 57,000 feet of meeting space can be divided into 61 meeting rooms. The WSCC has four separate registration areas.

Web: https://www.wsctc.com/
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 206.694.5000


Washington State Convention Center
800 Convention Place
Seattle, WA 98101-2350

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Bell Harbor International Conference Center

Bell Harbor International Conference Center offers stunning views of the Seattle Skyline as well as Mt. Rainer, the Olympic Mountains, and Puget Sound's Elliott Bay. The state-of-the-art center is located along the Seattle waterfront.

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Bell Harbor offers 100,000 square feet of meeting and conference center space and can accommodate up to 5,000 people. The Bay Auditorium can seat up to 220 people.

Web: https://www.bellharbor.com/
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 206.441.6666


Bell Harbor International Conference Center
2211 Alaskan Way, Pier 66
Seattle, WA 98121

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With a temperate marine climate, Seattle sees mild, wet winters, but warm dry summers. Still, the city has a reputation for rain with the city seeing raining.

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Upcoming Trade Shows and Conferences in Seattle

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Transportation & Reach

Seattle is served by Interstate 5 which is the main Interstate Highway between Canada and Mexico travelling along the West Coast. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has service to destinations throughout the North America, the Middle East, East Asia and Europe.

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport serves the cities of Seattle and Tacoma and is a hub for Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air.

Train Transportation to Seattle

Amtrak serves Seattle with three lines. The Amtrak Cascades travels from Vancouver, BC to Eugene Oregon, through Seattle. The Coast Startlight travels the West Coast from Seattle to Los Angeles. The Empire Builder travels between Chicago and Seattle passing through Minneapolis and Milwaukee.

Local Transportation in Seattle

Buses: Bus service is provided by King County Metro which serves the city and the surrounding county operating nearly 1500 buses over more than 200 routes.

Trains: Sound Transit provides light rail service between Tacoma, Seattle, Tukwila and SeaTac. A University Link is under construction and will connect the University of Washington with downtown Seattle.

Other: Washington State Ferries operates the largest network of ferries in the U.S. and connects Seattle to Bremerton and Southworth on the Kitsap Peninsula and to Bainbridge and the Vashon Islands in Puget Sound.

Taxi service is available from the airport, and most hotels and major venues.

Hotel Accommodations in Seattle

There are over 12,000 hotel rooms in downtown Seattle with more than 34,000 in all of King County.

Seattle, Washington Hotels & Rates

Entertainment and Sightseeing

Major Attractions: Built for the 1962 World's Fair, the Seattle Space Needle has become a symbol of the city and offers spectacular views of the city as well the Olympic and Cascade Mountains and Mount Rainier. The Museum of Flight at King County International Airport is the largest private air and space museum in the world. The Seattle Underground Tour visits places that existed prior to Great Seattle fire of 1889. In 2012, the Seattle Great Wheel, one of the largest Ferris wheels in the U.S. opened at Pier 57. Seattle-Great-Wheel.jpg

Major Entertainment: Seattle is the birthplace of Jimi Hendrix as well as the style of rock music known as "grunge" made popular by Seattle groups Nirvana and Pearl Jam. The Seattle Symphony Orchestra is one of the world's most recorded. The Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra is the largest of its kind in the U.S. There are nearly 100 theatre production companies in Seattle. The 5th Avenue Theatre features international stars and local talent and stages Broadway style musicals. The city is home to jazz saxophonist Kenny G and rappers Sir Mix-a-Lot and Macklemore.


Shopping in Seattle: Seattle is the home for upscale fashion retailer Nordstrom, Inc. as well as REI (Recreational Equipment Inc.) and coffee giant Starbucks. But not to be missed are Pikes Place Market and the Waterfront where you can find, among the fresh fish and produce, locally made jewelry, candles, pottery and more.

Food & Beverages: Pike Place Market is known for the area's Pacific Northwest cuisine which blends Asian and Native American traditions of the region. Common foods include salmon, shellfish and other fresh seafood. Meat choices feature caribou, elk or moose, and there's plenty of fresh produce.

Helpful Seattle Websites

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