Pike Place Market
907 locals recommend ·
Why locals recommend it
You can't come to Seattle and not visit Pike Place! They have beautiful flowers year round, fresh fish, live music, and lots of vendors. If you want to have a fish thrown over your head, just purchase any fish from the Pike Place Fish Market.
Tips from locals
Legendary Pike Place Market! Local vendors and historic Starbucks coffee shop. Must visit if this is your fist time in Seattle. Endless food options, amazing cocktails at Rachel's Ginger Beer or take a picture at the famous "Gum Wall" located in Ghost Alley. A great way to visit Pike Place…
If you have the time plan on spending a whole day an truly enjoying Seattle at its best. Start by watching fishmongers throw salmon and wander amongst the fresh daily catch. Get fresh flowers now matter the time of the year. Find that perfect treasure to take home from the dozens of craftsmen and…
Pike Place Market is a vibrant marketplace for food and crafts. Make sure you visit the original Starbucks store while you’re there. It’s a 35-minute walk, or you can get there faster by bus or monorail.
The obvious choice, but this market is wonderful. Everything here is sourced and made locally, from the food to the gifts. We often go here to buy seafood and beautiful bouquets of (affordable!) flowers.
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