Situated in the always bustling Seattle Center, the Key Arena features not only various events and concerts, but houses the 2010 WNBA Champions, the Seattle Storm. The Rat City Rollergirls as well as the Seattle University basketball team also play at the Key. So whether you’re interested in bull riding, wrestling, or want to audition for a reality show, this is the place to be! Here’s a guide to this Seattle landmark.

Getting There

305 Harrison Street
Seattle, WA 98109
(206) 684.7200
http://www.keyarena.com

By car: If you’re driving there, the best routes are I-90, I-5 and SR99.

By monorail: You can ride the Seattle Monorail, which will get you from downtown to the Seattle Center in just 2 minutes. Check out their website for more information.

By bus: There are also a number of bus routes that service the Key Arena area, including the King County Metro, Sound Transit, Community Transit and Pierce Transit. Click here for more transportation information

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Tickets

For tickets to a Storm game, call 206-217-WNBA (9622), visit http://www.wnba.com/storm/, or check out the many ticket sites, such as StubHub.com. For a full list of upcoming events at the Key Arena and ticket information, visit their website.

Once you’re there

If you need some food once you get to the arena, there are numerous concession options from pizza to spring rolls. You can also check out the many restaurant options at the Seattle Center’s Center House. There are also many amazing dinner packages available for different events at the arena – see all the options here.

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Where to stay

Relax and enjoy the Seattle Center by staying at a nearby hotel. Stay at the Courtyard by Marriott, with views of Lake Union and walking distance from the arena. Look at more hotel option here.