Directions to the the Foege Building

From I-5 southbound, take the exit for NE 45th Avenue. Go east on NE 45th. Turn right onto 15th Ave NE. Continue south on 15th across NE Pacific, bearing to the left when 15th merges with NE Boat Street.

From I-5 northbound, take the Montlake-520 exit, and take the first exit for Montlake Ave. Go north on Montlake (left). After crossing the Montlake Bridge, take a left onto NE Pacific Street. Turn left onto 15th Ave NE. Continue south on 15th across NE Pacific, bearing to the left when 15th merges with NE Boat Street.


Stop at Parking Gate 6 on Boat Street, and request parking in the S1 parking lot, which is located straight ahead on the right. Parking is $15/day and $5 after 5 PM or on Saturdays between 7 AM and noon.

Finding the Foege Building

After parking, exit the parking lot and cross the street. Walk west, past the parking gate (on your left), and past the oceanography building on your right. Turn right on the west side of the oceanography building and follow the sidewalk along the west side of the building. You'll be facing a giant "tree stump." Walk toward the tree stump, and turn left on the sidewalk in front of it so you're facing the two parts of the Foege Building. We're in Foege South.

The GS Outreach office is in Room S-334. Please call the outreach office at (206) 616-4538 so we can meet you in the lobby.

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University of Washington Department of Genome Sciences
Education Outreach, Box 355065 ~ Foege Building, Room S-334 ~ Seattle, WA 98195
phone: (206) 616-4538 fax: (206) 685-7301