King Street Station

King Street Station is a landmark that helped put Seattle on the map. The station spurred economic growth and helped establish Seattle as a major metropolitan city. In June 2013, the building was meticulously restored to highlight its historic craftsmanship. Check out the 242 ft. clock tower modeled after the grand Campanile di San Marco in Venice, Italy and the must-see waiting room that serves as a beautiful gateway to the city in Pioneer Square.




303 S Jackson Street

Seattle, WA 98104

(206) 296-0100


Mon-Sun | 6:00am-11:00pm