Pride in the Park Text Map
Seattle Pride in the Park
June 3rd, 2023
ADA Parking is available on a first-come, first-serve basis on Volunteer Park Road in the Seattle Asian Art Museum parking lot. Please enter Volunteer Park Road off E Prospect Street (south park entrance).
ADA-compliant portable restrooms are available on Volunteer Park Road, near its intersection with E Highland Drive, and in the Supernova Space Station Bar area. Additionally, there are restrooms located inside of the Seattle Asian Art Museum.
ASL Interpretation is available at the south east corner of the Mothership Mainstage.
Accessible priority seating is available in front of the stage, near the west lawn's alcohol garden.
Accessible paths are indicated throughout the map. Accessibility mats will be available where pathways indicated across grass.
Designated assistants are available at our Information Booth to support with food and beverage assistance.
The neurodiversity nebula is a low sensory decompression space with activities and sensory supports (cohosted by The Arc of King County).
For more information, email Programs@SeattlePride.org.
Seattle Pride in the Park Map (Text-Only version)
1247 15th Avenue East, Seattle, WA 98112
The Seattle Pride in the Park area is bordered on the north by East Highland Drive, which will be closed. It is bordered on the south by the Seattle Asian Art Museum, where ADA toilets and parking are located.
Center of park area
In the center of the park area, a “food truck” street runs south to north between the ADA parking lot at the Seattle Asian Art Museum and East Highland Drive. Services and amenities located on this street are, in order of south to north: ADA information station, First Aid Tent, food trucks, and toilets (including ADA toilets). Curb ramps for crossing the “food truck street” are located by the ADA information station and just south of East Highland Drive.
West side of park area
On the west side of the “food truck street,” there are, in order of south to north:
Alcohol Garden (21+) with ADA seating
Mothership Mainstage (Amphitheater) with ASL interpreters
Launchpad Youth Space
East side of park area
On the east side of the “food truck street,” there are, in order of south to north:
Milky Way Marketplace (LGBTQIA Vendors)
Neurodiversity Nebula (Low Sensory Space)
Supernova Space Station with East Stage
Alcohol Garden (21+) with toilets (including ADA toilets)
Location of restrooms, from south to north
Seattle Asian Art Museum (includes ADA toilets)
Alcohol Garden by East Stage (includes ADA toilets)
Intersection of the “food truck street” and East Highland Drive (southwest of the intersection)
Starting in the south end of the park area, an accessible pathway connects the Seattle Asian Art Museum with its ADA parking lot to the west side Alcohol Garden with its ADA seating. The accessible pathway also connects with the ADA information station and First Aid Tent. The accessible pathway runs along both sides of the “food truck street,” where curb ramps are located to cross “food truck street” near the ADA information station (to the south) and just south of East Highland Drive (to the north). The accessible pathway continues on the east side of the park area, reaching the Alcohol Garden with its toilets (including ADA toilets) and the Neurodiversity Nebula (Low Sensory Space).