University of Washington

The main campus of the University of Washington is located in north-central Seattle.  Its natural setting has few equals. In the distance are two mountain ranges, at its boundaries two bodies of water, at its focal point a priceless view of a 14,411-foot volcano.  Campuses are also located Tacoma and Bothell.  Washington University is home to the Washington Huskies athletic teams.

The University of Washington Visitors Information Center is open Monday Through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm, except for national holidays.

Directions to Husky Athletic Centers:

Husky Stadium

Husky Stadium is set against the grandeur of Lake Washington and Mount Rainier.  The Husky Stadium (Intercollegiate Athletics) is the primary sports stadium for Husky Men's football games. Various other large events are also held here including the University commencement ceremonies.

Husky Baseball Field
Directions to the Husky Baseball Field from the EAST via State Route 520

Coming from the east use State Route 520. Take the Montlake Boulevard exit. Continue north on Montlake Blvd. crossing the drawbridge and then travel past the Bank of America Arena and the Intramural Activities Center. As soon as you pass the Intramural Activities Center take the first right. On your left will be the E1 parking lot, and the baseball field will be directly in front of you.

Husky Soccer Field
Directions to the Husky Soccer Field from the EAST via State Route 520

Coming from the east use State Route 520. Take the Montlake Boulevard exit. Continue north on Montlake Blvd. crossing the drawbridge and then travel past the Bank of America Arena and the Intramural Activities Center. As soon as you pass the Intramural Activities Center take the first right. On your left will be the E1 parking lot, turn into the E1 parking lot and the soccer field will be to your immediate right.

Nordstrom Tennis Center
Directions to the Nordstrom Tennis Center from the EAST via State Route 520

Coming from the east use State Route 520. Take the Montlake Boulevard exit. Continue north on Montlake Blvd. crossing the drawbridge and then travel past the Bank of America Arena and the Intramural Activities Center. As soon as you pass the Intramural Activities Center take the first right. To your left will be the E1 parking lot, and directly in front of you will be baseball field. The road you are on is called Walla Walla Road, stay on it as it takes a sharp right in front of the baseball field. Continue on about a 1/4 of a mile, you will drive by some parking lots and the backside of the Intramural Activities center. As soon as you pass the Conibear Shellhouse the road will fork; to your right will be the tennis courts and to your left will be the Nordstrom Tennis Center.

Husky Softball Stadium
Directions to the Husky Softball Stadium from the EAST via State Route 520

Coming from the east use State Route 520. Take the Montlake Boulevard exit. Continue north on Montlake Blvd. crossing the drawbridge and then travel past the Bank of America Arena and the Intramural Activities Center. As soon as you pass the Intramural Activities Center take the first right. To your left will be the E1 parking lot, and directly in front of you will be baseball field. The road you are on is called Walla Walla Road, stay on it as it takes a sharp right in front of the baseball field. Continue on Walla Walla road, you will drive by some parking lots and the backside of the Intramural Activities center. As soon as you pass the Conibear Shellhouse the road will fork; take the left fork. Stay on Walla Walla road until the Softball Field appears on your left.

 

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  • University of Washington
  • 4014 University Way NE
  • Seattle, WA 98105-6203
  • (206) 543-9198
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