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Whether you prefer to walk, ride, or drive, there are options for easily exploring close to home and across the world alike from Capitol Hill.
For Your Day-to-Day
Keep your commute short and errands easy with work, play, and everything in-between nearby to home.
Grab the King County Metro bus at one of five stops within a block from Lawrence Lofts for a quick commute or connection further beyond.
17 MINUTES TO DOWNTOWN SEATTLE
Keep it simple by walking to your destination. With a WalkScore of 94, we’re not the only ones who think Capitol Hill is foot-traffic friendly.
30 MINUTES TO DOWNTOWN SEATTLE
Follow protected bike lanes on Pike, Pine, and Union or the neighborhood greenway on the 22nd to pedal power your way.
9 MINUTES TO DOWNTOWN SEATTLE
For Your Weekend
Go a bit further on the weekend for something new to keep the travel bug at bay.
Grab a connection to anywhere in King County to the Link Light Rail, Seattle Streetcar, or bus lines from the Capitol Hill hub station.
5 MINUTES BY CAR
12 MINUTES BY TRANSIT
17 MINUTES BY FOOT
Follow the greenway for a loop through Interlaken Park or go further to bike into U-District or over Lake Washington into Bellevue.
7 MINUTES TO INTERLAKEN
23 MINUTES TO U-DISTRICT
46 MINUTES TO BELLEVUE
Ride a boat to Vashon Island or West Seattle for a change of scenery just over the sound (plus a gorgeous view of the city while you ride).
18 MINUTES BY CAR OR BIKE
31 MINUTES BY TRANSIT
For Your Next Trip
When you go far from home, there’s no hassle getting back when you’re done exploring.
Catch a flight as near as the next state or as far as the next country by taking the Link Light Rail to the Seattle-Tacoma International airport.
The 9th busiest airport in the USA, our airport is Alaska Airlines’ main hub.
25 MINUTES BY CAR
1 HOUR BY TRANSIT
Jump on one of three Amtrak routes through King Street Station, Seattle.
1. Amtrak Cascades heads south to Eugene, Oregon or north to Vancouver, British Columbia.
2. Coast Starlight heads south to Los Angeles, California.
3. Empire Builder heads east to Chicago, Illinois through the Northern half of the USA.
11 MINUTES BY CAR
25 MINUTES BY TRANSIT
Ride the waves for passage to Bainbridge Island or Bremerton from the Seattle port.
Passengers can ride their own car or bike onto the ferry or walk-on, depending on how you’d like to travel around your destination.
15 MINUTES BY CAR
25 MINUTES BY TRANSIT
16 MINUTES BY BIKE
As easy as traveling is, you don’t have to go far to have a good time in Capitol Hill.
Step out to Central Co-Op or Trader Joe’s if you forgot the milk. They are just two blocks away so it’s no sweat.
Head to Miller, Cal Anderson, or Seven Hills parks to run out some energy so your dog takes a cat nap.
Get your caffeine fix at local KB Espresso or favorite Starbucks just three minutes from home on foot.
For Your Friday Night
Turn up the dial for excitement by heading into Capitol Hill’s lively Pike/Pine corridor.
Check out the newest show at Moore, Paramount, 5th Avenue, ACT, or Annex Theatres for theater and comedy.
Sample ciders at Capitol Cider, brews at Elysian or Optimism Brewing, and cocktails at The Runaway or Tavern Law.
Choose from dozens of local restaurants to try cuisines from all around the world made by chefs only in Seattle.
For Your Sunday Afternoon
Enjoy a quiet atmosphere on a slow day before the week restarts.
Ease into the day with a blended Breathe Sculpt workout downstairs for a combination of sweating and stretching.
Sneak in a loop at Cal Anderson before perusing the fresh produce and local snacks at Capitol Hill Farmers Market.
Treat yourself for a week well done with a stop by Raised for a pillowy doughnut that makes leaving bed worth it.