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ATTENDEES | FAQs
We know that when you visit a new place you may have lots of questions about the area, how to get around or what to do before or after your scheduled activities. the list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) below should help make your visit go well.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where should I park?
Find the latest parking information here.
How much does parking cost?
Meydenbauer Center's parking garage is a "pay" parking faclity. Depending on event activity, a fixed parking fee may be collected upon entry or exiting and are charged by the hour. Parking Rates
How do I get to Meydenbauer Center from Seattle?
Meydenbauer Center in Downtown Bellevue is located just 9 miles east of Seattle by crossing Lake Washington on Interstate 90 or State Route 520. Driving Directions
Is there anything fun to do near Meydenbauer Center?
Bellevue offers beautiful parks, access to the lake, worldclass shopping and a wealth of dining and nightclub opportunities all within a short walk of Meydenbauer Center. The Bellevue Downtown Association publishes the following guides to Restaurants, Shopping, Nightlife and Bellevue and Beyond that will help you find other fun things to do. Lincoln Square features a 16-screen movie theater along with Lucky Strike Lanes and Parlour Billards and Spirits.
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Is it safe to walk around Bellevue at night?
Bellevue has recently been recognized as one of the safest cities in the State of Washington as well as being named among the most live able cities in the country.
How far is it to the Bellevue Collection (Bellevue Square, LIncoln Square and Bellevue Place)?
Walking to the Bellevue Collection from Meydenbauer Center will take about 12 minutes of strolling along the 6th Street Pedestrian Corridor that begins at Meydenbauer Center and ends at Bellevue Square and the Bellevue Arts Museum.
Where can we go out for dinner?
Bellevue is proud to be the home of local favorites like SeaStar Restaurant and 08/Seafood Grill and Wine Bar, Daniels Broiler, The Tap House Grill, Pearl and Vertigo Restaurant and Lounge. In addition you will recognize nationally known eateries like Cheesecake Factory, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Joey’s, P.F. Changs, McCormick and Schmick’s and Rock Bottom Brewery. These and the hundreds of other restaurants in downtown Bellevue are listed in the Restaurant Guide.
Is there a running path?
Many people like to run and walk around the beautiful half-mile loop in Bellevue Downtown Park (located just south of Bellevue Square) This path starts at a beautiful waterfall and follows a canal around the park through gardens and trees. The park is well lighted in the evening.