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Pike Place Market

Type: Sightseeing, Tours and Excursions



Map / Directions 10Best Says

The sights, smells and sounds have always made Pike Place a head-spinning whirlwind for first-time visitors. (Newest bonus: A couple summers ago revealed the results of the site's $74 million...  Read More

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Map / Directions Hours:

  • Pike Place / 1st Ave Level: Mon-Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 11am-5pm
  • DownUnder Stores: Daily 11am-5pm
  • Daily Tours
  • Contact for Specific Dates and Times
  • By Appointment

Map / Directions Admissions:

  • Tours Adult (18+) $10; Senior (55+) $7; Child (0-17) $7

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  • Best Attractions & Activities: "Check out Market expansion highlights, like 30,000 square feet of open public space that offer dazzling panoramas of Mount Rainier, the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound. Discover artisan vendors that are newer to this new site, too, like honest Biscuits, Little Fish, indi chocolate and Old Stove Brewing Co. (popular for beers and burgers/salads/pizzas, with a bustling patio and tasting room that features prime water views)."
  • Free Things to Do: "Check out Market expansion highlights, like 30,000 square feet of open public space that offer dazzling panoramas of Mount Rainier, the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound. Discover artisan vendors that are newer to this new site, too–, like honest Biscuits, Little Fish, indi chocolate and Old Stove Brewing Co. (with a bustling patio and tasting room that features prime water views)."
  • Romantic Things to Do: "Care to send a loved one, anywhere in the nation, some of the magic of Place Place? Order a Savor Seattle box, which features regional eats and treats, and helps support local vendors/ farmers at the same time."
  • Things to Do in December: "Care to send a loved one some of the magic of Place Place Market? Order a Savor Seattle box, a curated collection of some of the market's and Seattle's best eats and treats, delivered to any doorstep nationwide. ($5 of every box purchase goes to support a non-profit such as the Pike Place Market Foundation, FareStart, Black Lives Matter Fund, Casa Latina, Community Roots Housing or the ACLU.)"
  • Things to Do in Fall: "While foodie-centric tours abound, we're particularly intrigued by the newest, chef-driven one hosted by Eat Seattle that follows the themes of "Chocolate & Coffee" on Thursdays through Sundays (12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m.)."
  • Things to Do with Kids: "Find a bit of quiet among the chaos at Pike Place Market Urban Gardenâ€"a hidden rooftop garden that might be a great place to pause with the kids (and some snacks)."
  • Attractions near Cruise Port, Attractions near KeyArena at Seattle Center: "Across the street from the main market building along an arcade of shops and restaurants, the original Starbuck's Coffee remains in its unassuming original location."
  • Recommended as Best Attractions & Activities Because: Historic Pike Place Market is perhaps THE essential Seattle attraction. Support local farmers, makers and artisans as you wander among their colorful stalls.
  • Best for Free Things to Do Because: Historic Pike Place Market is perhaps THE essential Seattle attraction. Wandering the vibrant site costs nothing, yet you may find treasures to purchase en route.
  • Best for Romantic Things to Do Because: Spend a romantic day savoring the magic of Pike Place Market, perhaps gathering seasonal provisions for a delightful meal to be enjoyed at home.
  • Best for Things to Do in December Because: Pike Place Market becomes festively illuminated during the holiday months, proving the perfect spot for gift-shopping while supporting local vendors and farmers.
  • Best for Things to Do in Fall Because: Savor the bounty of the season at Pike Place Market, a must-visit historic site, whether this is your first time here of your 20th.
  • Best for Things to Do with Kids Because: Pike Place Market catches kids' attention with gems like Rachel the Pig (sit atop this local darling for a photo op!) and the market's famous fish-throwers.
  • Best for Attractions near Cruise Port Because: Pike Place Market is perhaps THE quintessential Seattle destination; here watch the fish throwers, talented buskers and an array of local artisans selling goods.
  • Best for Attractions near KeyArena at Seattle Center Because: Pike Place Market is a feast for the eyes (and mouth); take in the city's many flavors at this bustling bazaar.

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