Emerald City Trapeze Arts, Seattle
Emerald City Trapeze Arts started in Seattle, way back in 2009, as Gary Kirkland's dream to bring the thrill of trapeze and other aerial performance arts to the land of rain and evergreens. Located in Sodo's historic Canal Boiler Building at Lander and 6th, weekly classes in flying trapeze and aerial arts, including silks, rope, hoop and various forms of conditioning are taught by experienced instructors from Cirque de Soleil, Club Med, Ringling Brothers and performance stages around the world.Plan your visit to Emerald City Trapeze Arts and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Seattle trip planner.
Emerald City Trapeze Arts Reviews
The sweetest community I have ever met! I was a little nervous about my first take off but the coaches are so supportive and provide encouraging feedback. This was seriously the best day of my life. A... more »
We took our 14 yr old daughter and 6 of her friends for her birthday! I can’t say enough good about our 2 hours of time spent there. All 10 of us had an amazing time and can’t wait to turn. The staff ... more »
I've been taking classes here for a few months and I'm obsessed. I take classes with Ethan and he's amazing. He gets to know each of his students (and there are a ton) and he makes sure to teach the class at the right level for each student, so we develop and learn and are challenged to keep going forward. His classes are fun and positive and I can actually see myself developing. The shows they put on here are insane. They're fun and crazy and wild and so impressive. They're super cheap considering the quality of the acts.
We went there for the date night experience. It was one hour of partner acrobats and one hour of trapeze. And it was amazing ! If you want to try out something different on a date, I’d highly recommend this place. The staff is very friendly and the arrangements are pretty neat!
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