Neighborhood

Pioneer Square

114 locals recommend ·
About this place
A triangle that sits adjacent to 1st Ave that features a Tlingit totem pole towering up beside a drinking fountain fitted with a bust of Chief Seattle, and an iron and glass pergola that was built in 1909
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Tips from locals

Mac
Mac
November 27, 2021
One of the oldest neighborhoods in Seattle
Lauren
Lauren
September 20, 2021
Attend a chilling Seattle Underground tour (historical or haunted) and learn about the Great Seattle Fire along with the history of the Gold Rush and the wild west
Julee
Julee
September 20, 2021
There is a lot of history to share about the beginnings of Seattle. Check out local tours, the Seattle Underground and the cool architecture
Justin
Justin
August 26, 2021
Pioneer Square lays claim to a handful of Seattle firsts, such as Smith Tower, the city’s first skyscraper. In fact, Pioneer Square was actually Seattle’s first neighborhood, settled by the pioneers back in 1852. Then there’s the First Thursday Art Walk, which was the first art walk in the entire…
Kumail
Kumail
August 16, 2021
Cool, historic neighborhood in Seattle with a great bar and art scene. Checkout the Smith tower observatory for a great view here and definitely do the underground walking tour. There are pockets of homeless population here at night so it can feel a little unsafe at night.

Unique things to do nearby

Chef Tour of Pike Place Market
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Seattle's Underground Donut Tour
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Forge a Knife from a Horseshoe
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Places to stay nearby

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Historic Merchants Apartment 203 B
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Merchants Historic Apartment 201 B
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Pike Place Market Apt Water View and Balcony
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Amazing Studio in the heart of all Seattle offers
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Stunning, Pike Place Market Flat | Full 1 Bd, 1 Ba
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Cute Comfy Pike Place Flat /w Sleeper Sofa
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Historic Merchant's Apartment 202 B
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Location
Seattle, WA 98104