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WiFi at Home and Around Seattle

WiFi at home and around Seattle

Free WiFi internet service in Seattle

Man using free WiFi next to a swimming pool

Seattle is one of the most connected cities in the U.S. As one of the biggest technology hubs in the country, free WiFi is available in virtually every corner of the city, thanks to a combination of public and private initiatives and investments.

You’ll find free Seattle WiFi hotspots in coffee shops, restaurants, bookstores, and government and public buildings. You can even connect to dozens of drive-up hotspots from your car or enjoy a free connection if you ride any of the Sounder lines.

Man using WiFi at a restaurant

WiFi at SeaTac

The main terminal and concourses at SeaTac are blanketed in free WiFi coverage . Join the SEA-FREE-WIFI network anywhere at the airport and take advantage of an unlimited connection that’s consistently ranked among the world’s fastest airport internet speeds.


All Seattle public libraries offer free, unrestricted WiFi. Public libraries also have computers that can be reserved with your library card for up to two hours per day. You can even take the library’s internet service home with you by checking out an SPL HotSpot for up to 21 days. All you need is a library card. On the UW campus, the Suzzallo Library also has free WiFi.

Community Centers

Seattle-area community centers are great places to exercise, meet neighbors, and get work done with free WiFi. You’ll find it scattered across the city from Beacon Hill to Rainier Beach and Garfield to Ballard. Hours vary by location, so be sure to check to find the most up-to-date information about community centers near you.

Women using WiFi

Government and public buildings

You’ll find free WiFi hotspots in government office buildings and other locations under the city’s umbrella. These include City Hall, the Seattle Justice Center, and the King County Customer Service Center. You’ll also find a hotspot at ARTS at King Street Station , which is operated by the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture and provides a space for art exhibitions and community gatherings. Other public city and county buildings that provide services directly to citizens also have free internet access.

Lumen Field and other stadiums and arenas

Lumen Field is no ordinary place to watch a football game or soccer match. Football fans named it the top NFL stadium in 2023 mainly because it provides free WiFi and is loaded with state-of-the-art technology that streamlines the game day experience. We love the Seahawks and are particularly proud of this recognition since the stadium is named for Lumen, the parent company of Quantum Fiber. You’ll also find free WiFi at Kraken, Mariners, Sounders, and Storm games (we love them, too).

Couple in kitchen using WiFi at home

Coffee shops, bookstores, and retailers

Coffee and WiFi are two habits most of us in the city share, and there’s no shortage of either. Pick your favorite Starbucks or check out places like Broadcast Coffee Roasters or Seattle Sunshine , grab a cup, and connect to the internet.

If you like a book with your java, Ada’s Technical Books & Cafe appeals to the technical-minded, or forego the coffee and head over to Elliott Bay Book Company in the Hill. You’ll also find hotspots at Pike Place Market, local shopping malls like Westlake Center and Pacific Place, and even Amazon Fresh and Safeway.

Museums and attractions

Let’s round out this list of WiFi hotspots with a little culture. You can get online at the Seattle Art Museum , the Museum of Flight , and attractions and shops throughout Seattle Cente r. No matter where you go, you'll find free WiFi somewhere nearby.

WiFi at home

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