1245 Tenth Avenue East
Seattle, WA 98102-4398
General Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
From eastbound I-90, take I-5 North.
From Northbound I-5: Take the Olive Way exit off of I-5. The ramp will take you to the right. Proceed up to the top of the hill to Broadway. Take a left on Broadway. Go through the shopping district. After the shopping district, Broadway becomes 10th Ave East. Continue on 10th Ave as it enters the residential district. The entrance to the Cathedral parking lot is on the left at the second light after you enter the residential district.
From Southbound I-5, take the Boylston Street exit #168A. At stoplight, turn left onto E. Roanoke Street and stay in the right hand lane. Go to the 2nd stoplight (just past the fire station) and turn right onto 10th Ave E. Go to the top of the hill. The Cathedral is on the right. The entrance is at E. Galer. There is a pedestrian stop light at this intersection.
From the 520 bridge, take the Roanoke/Harvard Exit. Turn right at the stoplight on to E. Roanoke Street. Go to the next stoplight (just past the fire station) and turn right onto 10th Ave E. Go to the top of the hill. The Cathedral is on the right. The entrance is at E. Galer Street. There is a pedestrian stop light at this intersection.
Saint Mark's is easily accessed from downtown by Metro Bus #49. You can visit the King County Metro website to plan your trip to Saint Mark's.
Other Directions from within Seattle
Southbound from the University District (U-District): Go south on Roosevelt Way NE over the University Bridge. Turn left on Harvard Ave E and go all the way up the hill. Then turn left on E. Roanoke, followed by a right at the next light on 10th Ave East. Go approximately one mile, and the Cathedral will be on your right.
Northbound from Capitol Hill: Go north on Broadway. Broadway terminates at the end of the business district at Roy Street, so veer right at the light onto 10th Avenue East. Go four blocks, and the Cathedral will be on your left.
There is parking to the north and south of the cathedral building. Parking in the lot is free and unrestricted all day on Sundays and for special events as posted. (Parking restrictions apply Monday–Saturday.) Street parking is also available in the neighborhood.
Still have questions? Send an email to email@example.com or call us during regular business hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 206.323.0300.
Hours & Accessibility
The cathedral office is opened from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays.
At this time the main doors of the cathedral remain locked during the day. To access the cathedral for quiet prayer and reflection or just to have a look around, come to the office entrance: the doors labelled "Hoerster Annex" off the lower lot on the south side of the cathedral building. If the office doors are locked, ring the door bell.
View the worship schedule here. If you are interested in scheduling a tour of the cathedral, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Almost the entire building is fully accessible via the new elevator. To access the main front entrance, use the ramp to the left of the patio steps as you enter the cathedral.
Locations on the Cathedral Campus
- Thomsen Chapel is entered through the "gothic" door just to the right of the main entrance as you face the cathedral.
- The St. Nicholas Building is the historic school building just to the north of the cathedral building. It contains Skinner Auditorium,
- Bloedel Hall is located on the west end of the cathedral building, and can be accessed through the large doors on the west end, that face the Greenbelt and Lake Union.
- Cathedral House is the proper name for the extension of the cathedral building that contains Bloedel Hall, staff offices, and meeting rooms.
- Leffler House is the early 20th-century building in the southeast corner of the cathedral property.
- The Carriage House is located behind Leffler House, accessed through the garden gate.