This chapter focusses on the experiences of one of the longest standing and most well-known integrated intergenerational centre in the world, Providence Mount St Vincent in Seattle, United States, which has been operating for 27 years. The chapter opens by describing the background and origins of the Intergenerational Learning Centre. The authors then discuss the full range of activities and spaces whereby the young children and the resident older adults interact with each other; how daily programmes are organised; the design and layout of indoor and outdoor meeting spaces; how the views of children and older adults are taken into account in planning and what staff have learnt about the skills and competences necessary for working intergenerationally in shared sites. Attention is also paid to the benefits of the intergenerational community for children, older adults, staff and the community. The chapter concludes with practical recommendations for anyone planning an ECEC program within a long-term care community.