Resort | Venue Name

Washington Hall, Seattle

Country
City

Seattle

State | County | Province

Washington

Venue Details
  • Event Rooms
    2
  • Capacity
    200 - 735
  • Parking
    Self Parking
Description

Washington Hall has been a welcoming place where people gather, create, entertain, and celebrate since it was built in 1908. The Hall has been a cultural home to many communities and art forms, and for a long time embodied the soul of Seattle’s Central Area.

 

Washington Hall is a historic, non-profit, community building that is available for events, performances, meetings, classes and rehearsals. Click here for more information about how to rent the hall.

 

Built in 1908 by the Danish Brotherhood, Washington Hall has anchored Seattle’s diverse Squire Park neighborhood in the Central District for more than 100 years. The building has served as a hub for social and cultural activities for a broad ethnic community. In 1973, the Sons of Haiti, an African-American Masonic Lodge, purchased the building and continued the tradition of hosting performing arts, making it the first home of On the Boards. Historic Seattle acquired Washington Hall in 2009, saving it from demolition.

 

The renovation of Washington Hall was a Historic Seattle community development project that engaged the collaboration of the building’s current grassroots Anchor Tenants, Hidmo Cypher, 206 Zulu, and Voices Rizing. Together, they revitalized an accessible gathering space to be enjoyed by all.

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Rooms Description

Washington Hall offers two beautifully restored event spaces available for public events, parties, performances, classes, meetings, lectures, and rehearsals. On the second floor is a large ballroom with stage and balcony; and the first floor Lodge Room is a smaller, more intimate versatile gathering space. Both rooms have an open floor plan to allow for maximum flexibility.

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