National Archives at Seattle

The National Archives at Seattle

 

We maintain and provide access to permanent records created by Federal agencies and courts in the following states:

  • Alaska
  • Idaho
  • Oregon
  • Washington

 

 

     

    Alaska Records Digitization Project:
    The records relocated to the National Archives at Seattle as a result of the closure of our Anchorage facility, are now available for research. We ask that you contact us in advance prior to your visit (seattle.archives@nara.gov or 206-336-5115) so we might better serve your research needs.
    Learn more about the Digitization Project

    Address

    6125 Sand Point Way NE
    Seattle, Washington 98115-7999

    Email: seattle.archives@nara.gov 

    Directions

    Refer to Caption Map showing the location of the Regional Archives in Seattle, WA.

    From I-5
    Exit I-5 at Highway 520 eastbound. Exit Highway 520 at the Montlake exit. Follow Montlake Boulevard north through the University of Washington. After about a mile Montlake merges into NE 45th Street and then Sand Point Way NE. Follow the signs to Children's Hospital. The facility is located a mile north of Children's Hospital on the west side of Sand Point Way.

    From the East
    Take Highway 520 westbound and cross the Evergreen Point Floating Bridge. Exit Highway 520 at the Montlake exit. Follow Montlake Boulevard north through the University of Washington. After about a mile Montlake merges into NE 45th Street and then Sand Point Way N E. Follow the signs to Children's Hospital. The facility is located a mile north of Children's Hospital on the west side of Sand Point Way.

    By Bus
    The facility can be reached on Metro bus routes 74 and 75. Bus stops are within easy walking distance.

    Hours

    Services for the Public

    Monday through Friday, 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.

    If you would like to view original records, please contact us in advance.

    Closed weekends and Federal holidays.

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