ADVENTUROUS VISITORS will enjoy the HISTORIC and COLORFUL GEORGETOWN business district. Located just minutes south of downtown Seattle, this LIVELY CULTURAL COMMUNITY is home to over 40 GALLERIES, SPECIALTY BOUTIQUES, DINERS, NIGHTCLUBS, COFFEE SHOPS, ART STUDIOS, BOOKSTORES and more. The neighborhood celebrates its creative diversity with the Georgetown Art Attack on the Second Saturday of each month. PERIODIC FESTIVALS feature challenging visual and performing arts presentations throughout the year. EXOTIC SHOPPING, DIVERSE DINING, and SPONTANEOUS SPECTACLES await the public daily in the ENCHANTING GEORGETOWN industrial arts quarter.
From I – 5: North or southbound take exit 162 Michigan-Corson Street. Merge left on Corson Street and after lane divider ends, go east (left) at S. Nebraska, S. Vale, or left at Michigan St. stoplight. Keep in the right lane. All eastbound routes end at Airport Way S. Southbound on Highway 99/Alaska Way Viaduct: Go south to Lucile Street 
stop light. Go east (left) to Airport Way S. Southbound on 4th Avenue S.: Go south to S. Holgate, S. Lander or S. Spokane St. Go east (left) to Airport Way S. then south to Georgetown. From Downtown Seattle: Catch route 106 in the Metro bus tunnel which heads south on Airport Way S. to Georgetown. Or catch Metro bus route 124 on 3rd Avenue which heads south on Airport Way S. to Georgetown. From Capitol Hill: Catch Metro bus route 60 on Broadway which heads south on Broadway, 12th Avenue, Beacon Avenue S. to Georgetown (at 13th Avenue S. at S. Bailey.) From other King County locations: Catch any Metro route to downtown and transfer to route 106 in the Metro bus tunnel, or route 124 at 3rd Avenue. For more information go to
 The Georgetown Art Attack, held on the second Saturday of each month, represents an ongoing effort by area artists to celebrate the creative diversity of Georgetown and generate public sentiment favoring preservation of this wonderful civic asset. More than 30 Georgetown enterprises participate, featuring a lively array of visual, performing, and applied arts.
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