Filming at the Monorail
Seattle Center Monorail was built for the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair to provide a crucial link between the fairgrounds and downtown amenities, with the capacity to carry 250 passengers per train. Following the fair it became part of the City’s transit system, and those original trains still carry approximately two million passengers every year!
The monorail has been featured in a variety of films, television shows, music videos and other forms of broadcast including It Happened at the World’s Fair, Frasier, Love Happens, Assassins, The Man in the High Castle, and Grassroots.
Types of Filming permitted
We will provide complimentary access to a location scout including a roundtrip ride and tour of the facilities (appointment required). Availability for filming varies depending on requirements and length of shoot. Blackout periods may apply during peak days and seasons as well as select holidays.
Size: 4 train cars. Interior map and detailed specs provided upon request.
Power: No outlets available on the train. Please bring your own power source.
Location: On location at the Seattle Center Platform or directly on the train with both stationary and operating options available.
Please contact the Monorail prior to a shoot
Option varies depending on specific needs for shoot
On location at the Seattle Center Platform or directly on the train with both stationary and operating options available.
Hourly – $750/hour
Multi-Day – NegotiablE
Hourly: Weekdays after 2pm. Includes licensed driver and exclusive use of train during shoot.