King County Visitors Center

Find King County Washington visitors centers, or tourist centers. Visitors centers provide information on vacation packages, tours, hotels, conventions, attractions, and landmarks in an area.


Duvall Visitors Center 15619 Main Street Northeast Duvall WA 98019 425-788-1173


Graham Visitors Center 2300 Arboretum Drive East Seattle WA 98112 206-543-8800

Issaquah Visitors Infomation Center 155 Northwest Gilman Boulevard Issaquah WA 98027 425-392-7024

Kitsap Peninsula Visitors Center 1400 6th Avenue Seattle WA 98101 206-382-2056

North Bend Visitors Information Center 250 Bendigo Boulevard North North Bend WA 98045 425-292-0260

Pike Place Market Seattle Visitors Center 1205 2nd Avenue Seattle WA 98101 866-732-2695

Redmond Visitor Information Center 525 State Street South Kirkland WA 98033 360-341-4636

Seattle Visitors Center 701 Pike Street Seattle WA 98101 206-461-5800

US Forest Service Visitors Information 69805 Washington 906 North Bend WA 98045 425-434-6111

About Visitors Centers

When are Visitors Centers open?

Visitors Centers associated with a particular attraction are typically open during the attraction's hours of operation. The hours of operation for a Tourism Visitors Center tend to be influenced by seasonal fluctuations in tourism. During the busy season, a Tourism Visitors Center is more likely to be open during extended business hours, including weekends.

How are Visitors Centers funded?

A Visitors Center that is part of a particular attraction or company is usually funded as part of that entity's operations. State Visitors Centers are typically funded by the state's tourism agency. Tourism Visitors Centers are usually funded and operated by a Convention and Visitors Bureau, local economic development agency, merchants' association, or by a combination of several entities.

What kind of security is in place at Visitors Centers?

The type and extent of security is determined largely by the purpose and location of the Visitors Center. A Visitors Center that contains valuable artifacts, such as artwork or historical items, will likely have higher security. Visitors Centers at government buildings and other places of political importance are also more likely to have a higher level of security.