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Visitor Information

High Point Center
6400 Sylvan Way SW
Seattle, WA 98126
(206) 588-4900  [Main]
(206) 588-4901  [Fax]

The High Point Center is open normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The High Point Center was designed with visitors in mind and we encourage everyone to visit the building.  Neighborhood House offers both docent-led and self-guided tours of the center.  For more information, contact High Point Building Coordinator Mehret Tekle at 206-588-4900, Ext. 600 or mehrett@nhwa.org.
From downtown Seattle:
Head over the West Seattle Bridge
Left on 35th Ave SW
After about 1.4 miles, left on SW Morgan St. (which turns into Sylvan Ave SW)
From Burien or White Center:
North on 35th Ave SW
Right on SW Morgan St. (which turns into Sylvan Ave SW)
Bus Information:
King County Metro line 21 runs along 35th Ave SW and drops off two blocks from the High Point Center.  Line 128 runs along SW Morgan St. (which turns into Sylvan Ave SW) and drops off directly in front of the building.
Parking is limited at the High Point Center to encourage the use of public transit.  If you are visiting the center please check with your Neighborhood House staff liaison about parking spaces.

Bicycling to the High Point Center is encouraged as there are bike locks and a shower for authorized guests to the building.  Visit the Seattle Department of Transoportation's website for bike maps of Seattle, or please contact your Neighborhood House staff liaison for more information.

Visitors with Disabilities
The entire High Point Center is wheelchair accessible and designed with signage that contains braille. Neighborhood House also offers tours of the High Point Center in Sign Language.
High Point Center staff, like all Neighborhood House staff, reflect the communities we serve.  High Point Center staff speak nine languages; Neighborhood House staff throughout our other locations speak almost 40 languages.

If you are a teacher and would like to bring your class, or if you would like more information about the High Point Center, its educational workshops and/or its Living Green curriculum, please visit our Resources Page.