Pike Place Market, Seattle, Washington

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Pike Place Market

85 Pike St

Seattle, Washington 98101

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(206) 682-7453

http://www.pikeplacemarket.org

  • 9 mentions in 2-day solo trip to Seattle - What to do?

    • Liz A.

      Liz A. said, "...that brings even more craft vendors, a flea market, and a small farmer's market to the area as well. Absolutely echo Pike Place Market that others mentioned in downtown too, if you like farmer's markets. These are some of the highlights I always..." See More

    • Reza P.

      Reza P. said, "...at your list of likes (which is surprisingly similar to mine), I think the first place you should check out is Pike Place Market. Once you get past all the flying fish, there's lots to explore. While there, you can take a..." See More

    • Erin C.

      Erin C. said, "... Pike Place Market is wonderful. It is downtown, but well worth traveling to. If you are into authentic, that is the place to be. Wonderful artisan shops, fresh and local produce, gelato, etc. can be found daily. Any type of food can be..." See More

    • Anthony G.

      Anthony G. said, "...Of course Pike Place Market is wonderful as is Seattle Center (Space Needle etc.). I've enjoyed both historical walking tours (Seattle Underground Tour) and food tours of Seattle. The University of Washington district and the campus itself are also worth a visit. Finally,..." See More

    • Briana S.

      Briana S. said, "...in Skagit county (will be over by the time you get here sadly), Ray's boathouse, Portage Bay Cafe, Cactus, serious pie, Pike Place Market& the Seattle Art Museum. It was a fantastic weekend!..." See More

    • Nathan A.

      Nathan A. said, "...Everyone knows about it and loves it - Pike Place Market is right down the street from you. Lots of fresh food, vendors, restaurants, bars, etc. Belltown is a great area for what you're looking for. Local 360 is a great restaurant using..." See More

    • Megan S.

      Megan S. said, "...Alley is in Belltown There is an 'urban marketplace' called Assembly Hall that has a restaurant and other shops for foodies Pike Place Market is a great farmers market Seattle Art Museum is good and the downtown library is also cool. Have fun!..." See More

    • Alissa V.

      Alissa V. said, "...Le Pichet is a perfect place to dine solo, especially for lunch. It's right around the corner from Pike Place Market, too! Hotel Max has a fun 90s night every Thursday in their bar, which might be a fun event to check..." See More

    • Ronda H.

      Ronda H. said, "...Queen Anne Space Needle Green Lake Park Fremont Troll Pike Place Market Woodinville West Seattle shoreline Restaurant Marché Have fun! Seattle is a fabulous place!..." See More

  • 7 mentions in Is the Space Needle worth seeing?

    • Valerie S.

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      Valerie S. said, "...and filled with (fellow) tourists, The Space Needle just one of those things you do when you visit Seattle, similar to Pike Place Market. It's like skipping the London Eye or Great Pyramids if you don't go! And then you can look..." See More

    • Ashley and Ryan R.

      Ashley and Ryan R. said, "...as attractions in other major cities. We had dinner in the restaurant and it was actually really great. Definitely go see Pike Place Market, the gum wall and the pier shops. Their public library is also pretty neat...." See More

    • Lauren F.

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      Lauren F. said, "...Space Needle and I think that is absolutely worth it - just a beautiful collection of Chihuly's amazing creations. As for Pike Place Market- it can get extremely crowded but we absolutely loved it. We did a market food tour with Savor..." See More

    • Spencer S.

      Spencer S. said, "...So I lived in Seattle and those touristy spots, like the Space Needle and Pike Place Market, are a helluva lot more worth seeing then the touristy things of other cities. has some AWESOME quick food stops, like Piroshky Piroshky and Beecher's..." See More

    • Scotty A.

      Scotty A. said, "... Pike Place Market is a definite YES!! As for the Space Needle, just get a picture with it and move on! haha! Definitely spend time in the downtown area at Pike Place and if you're into aviation, you HAVE to go to Museum..." See More

    • Jenn M.

      Jenn M. said, "...you go up free. It will likely be crowded, but on a beautiful day, the views are amazing in all directions. Pike Place Market is ALWAYS crowded, but it is so "Seattle" - I would say don't miss it!..." See More

    • Molly S.

      Molly S. said, "...of the Columbia Tower Club or there is an observation tower at the Lake View Cemetery where Bruce Lee is Buried. Pike Place Market is packed with tourist,but I still find it fun to explore, especially the Seattle Gum Wall...." See More

  • 7 mentions in Must see/do in Seattle for one day?

    • Michael M.

      Michael M. said, "...lie within yards of each other. You could take the Monorail (in the shadow of the Space Needle) to Westlake Park. Pike Place Market is located within a five-minute walk. There's much to explore in a variety of shops. Kells Irish Restaurant is..." See More

    • Ben T.

      Ben T. said, "...art or just watch the boats on the water. World Spice Merchants is anawesome spice market tucked across the street from Pike Place Market, and both the Paris Grocery and Spanish Table are right there, too, for international food & wine shopping...." See More

    • Todd B.

      Todd B. said, "...Hi Kassidy, Wow ... 9 hours! OK ... Pike Place Market, Seattle Center, Space Needle, Waterfront Park, and maybe take a water taxi over to Alki Beach Park. Other fun spots are Gas Works Park, Ballard Locks, and Golden Gardens. Music and..." See More

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...Paris. Order some pastries, some baked eggs and ham, and an espresso drink of sorts. Le Pichet is walking distance from Pike Place Market, where you can see the famous flying fish market, flower market, food stands, and the Original Starbucks. Obviously,..." See More

    • Mary Ann E.

      Mary Ann E. said, "...Take a walk around the Pike Place Market; lots of places for breakfast and lunch and wine bars nearby for wine tasting; Olympic Sculpture Park in the same neighborhood; just down the street is the Seattle Art Museum and further down the..." See More

    • Rona Z.

      Rona Z. said, "...You should definitely start at the Pike Place Market. From there, head down to the waterfront - you can walk down various staircases, or take some elevators. Walk along the waterfront; you can stop at the Seattle Aquarium. You might want to..." See More

    • Steve D.

      Steve D. said, "...Space Needle, Pike Place Market, Seattle Center, Westlake Center, Seattle Aquarium..." See More

  • 6 mentions in Best free things to do in Seattle?

    • Stefani L.

      Stefani L. said, "...Olympic Sculpture Park/Myrtle Edwards Park, Gas Works Park, the Ballard Locks, Kerry Park, Discovery Park -- all free and all amazing. Pike Place Market is also a must, if you've never been. There's also a Starbucks on the 40th floor of the Columbia..." See More

    • Adrianna N.

      Adrianna N. said, "... Pike Place Market is always a fun place to visit even if you don't plan on spending any money. If you go, make sure you watch the fish throwing and to visit the gum wall. You can visit Alki Beach and enjoy walking..." See More

    • Matt B.

      Matt B. said, "...I would second the recommendation of Pike Place Market, its always entertaining and is free unless you give in to temptation! I would definitely go to Seattle Center, its expensive to ride to the top of the Space Needle but its free..." See More

    • Kaaren D.

      Kaaren D. said, "... Pike Place Market is fabulous. Walking is free, buying anything is pricey (except flowers). There are small shops across the street as well with goodies to munch on. You could spend hours here, go to: pikeplacemarket.org. Walking along the water front can be..." See More

    • Scott V.

      Scott V. said, "...Take a stroll through Pike Place Market and visit the Space Needle. The walk from Pike Place through Belltown up to the Needle is great. Lots to look at...." See More

    • james B.

      james B. said, "... Pike Place Market with all the stalls, street musicians, and fish mongers make for a wonderful stroll. And don't forget the Seattle Gum Wall......" See More

  • 5 mentions in Kid Friendly Activities in Seattle

    • Tyson P.

      Tyson P. said, "...Seattle Aquarium and The Seattle Great Wheel would be a SUPER good day spent in downtown. you could even work in Pike Place Market and stop at some pretty great places to eat along the way...." See More

    • Devin C.

      Devin C. said, "...I would definitely check out Pike Place Market. While there make sure to walk down Post Alley, and check out the gum wall. Your boys will probably really enjoy that. Then take the stairs down to the water front and take a..." See More

    • brendan k.

      brendan k. said, "...The Seattle Aquarium would be good for kids. Nearby is Pike Place Market, grab a hot chocolate (or coffee) at the original Starbucks and pick up some smoked salmon (at the market) to snack on. Plenty of options for chowder and seafood..." See More

    • Thomas D.

      Thomas D. said, "...With kids I always start with lunch Pike Place Market and watch them toss salmon like day old bread. Its easy to catch the Monorail up to Seattle Center, but lines can be gruesomely long riding up the observation tower. Time with kids..." See More

    • Mary M.

      Mary M. said, "...right down the street and also the The Seattle Great Wheel Fishermen's Terminal And if you have time there is the Pike Place Market for some local foods and gifts...." See More

  • 4 mentions in Hip areas in Seattle?

    • Tony W.

      Tony W. said, "...watching. Eat at Skillet Diner - Capitol Hill or Poppy (save room for the dessert Thali for two at the latter). Pike Place Market is fun to walk around. Make sure to hit Post Alley. The Olympic Sculpture Park is a killer place..." See More

    • Karthik R.

      Karthik R. said, "...I'd say a trip Downtown would be the best choice for you. Pike Place Market, Ferry ride to Bainbridge Island, and a nice club/pub in Capitol Hill Neighborhood/Downtown. My two cents...." See More

    • Lauren F.

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      Lauren F. said, "...Jillian- If you do end up at Pike Place Market, stop into Rachel's Ginger Beer for a drink (if you enjoy ginger beer of course!) - so many fun flavors and super fresh. Definitely my kind of twist on a Moscow mule!..." See More

    • Ted J.

      Ted J. said, "...Downtown is a great day trip, especially if you are heading there for your first time. Just head to Pike Place Market and wander around there and the several blocks surrounding and you will have a great day. The "hip" neighborhoods would have..." See More

  • 4 mentions in What to do in Seattle?

    • Valerie S.

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      Valerie S. said, "...it's still before the cruise ships start coming in, and you can probably enjoy any of the really touristy spots ( Pike Place Market, Olympic Sculpture Park, Space Needle) that you've never seen with marginally less crowds. If you come any time..." See More

    • Adrianna N.

      Adrianna N. said, "... Pike Place Market is always a fun place to visit even if you don't plan on spending any money. If you go, make sure you watch the fish throwing and to visit the gum wall. You can visit Alki Beach and enjoy walking..." See More

    • Peter R.

      Peter R. said, "...Seattle is an amazing city. Visit the Pike Place Market See the Space Needle Go up the Columbia Tower Club (Its actually just the columbia Tower) Highest Building in Seattle: http://gatetoadventures.com/amazing-view-seattle-columbia-center/ If you are interested in man made things. Check out the Seattle..." See More

    • Lauren F.

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      Lauren F. said, "...Hi Larry, Endless possibilities in Seattle! We did a food tour of Pike Place Market with Savor Seattle Food Toursand it was great because we got to try small portions of a bunch of different foods, and get great info on the Seattle..." See More

  • 4 mentions in Seattle for Memorial Day Weekend - Recommendations

    • Elizabeth B.

      Elizabeth B. said, "...called Homegrown. There are a few different locations but it's a local organic sandwhich/salad place. We went back 3 times. 3. Pike Place Market: I'm sure you've heard of it, this place is great to walk around. A lot of great food..." See More

    • S S.

      S S. said, "...Ballard is the Scandanavian part of town & has lots of fun restaurants. Obviously, you will want to go downtown to Pike Place Market& do a walk through...watch out for the fish throwers. Another fun walk is to grab a coffee &..." See More

    • Ronda H.

      Ronda H. said, "...will probably have more difficulty finding inexpensive lodging. Outside of the festival, you can visit Queen Anne, the Fremont Trolland neighborhood, Pike Place Market, and Woodinvillefor wine tasting :) Or head to the waters edge at Discovery Parkand Alki Beach Park. If..." See More

    • Todd B.

      Todd B. said, "...much to see. I would love to send you to Mt. Rainier, but that might be a different trip. Go to Pike Place Market for sure. Seattle Center ... Pioneer Square if you want galleries ... you're not in town very long so..." See More

  • 3 mentions in 30 days by car around: SF, Portland... and then ?

    • Kris D.

      Kris D. said, "...so much to see and do in that area, I can barely tell you where to begin. I do recommend visiting Pike Place Market and the surrounding area to include the Space Needle. I usually visit in the summer and there are always..." See More

    • Mary Ann E.

      Mary Ann E. said, "...Oakland and taking BART into the City. After you pick up your car--perhaps Sonoma Valley; Highway 1 north of SF; Seattle: Pike Place Market; Pioneer Square; Seattle Art Museum; Olympic Sculpture Park; Ferry to Bainbridge Island. South of SF: Half Moon Bay/Carmel/Monterey...." See More

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...that neighborhood, you'll see a ton of other cool restaurants and stores. In Seattle, you should look into staying near the Pike Place Market or Capitol Hill to be centrally located. You can check out this other post on Trippy for things that..." See More

  • 3 mentions in What are the most popular neighborhoods in Seattle?

    • Jenn M.

      Jenn M. said, "...the main sites during the day, but it practically shuts down at night except for a few good restaurants. Don't miss Pike Place Market, Take a ferry ride across the sound for amazing views for really cheap. Good luck!..." See More

    • Carly H.

      Carly H. said, "...waterfront and the Seattle Center. Downtown is also great because it is close to the Seattle Art Museum, the waterfront, and Pike Place Market. Otherwise, you may find yourself wandering through Capitol Hill Neighborhood, the International District, and Ballard Neighborhood, but most..." See More

    • Terry U.

      Terry U. said, "...Stay at the Inn at the Market. It's steps from Pike Place Market, a short walk to get to the waterfront or to the monorail to get to the Space Needle. Favorite places to eat, Mr. Gyros on North East 45th Street..." See More

  • 3 mentions in Techie family looking for unique Seattle experiences

    • Christian C.

      Christian C. said, "...it's around 30 minute north of Seattle. On your way back, stop by the Fremont Troll. Make sure you visit the Pike Place Market, and pass by the seafood stand near Rachel the Piggy Bank. There's always an ugly looking fish in..." See More

    • Michael K.

      Michael K. said, "...meal and make it back to the next ferry if you want to rush your meal. Walk along the Sound along Pike Place Market (Original Starbucks there) and watch the Sea-Planes Land, Art Work or rent a bike to ride along the Pier..." See More

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...Ditto to everything Christian and Tony recommended! Here's my take on a few of these: Definitely Pike Place Market. Take a picture of the cute gold/bronze'ish pig statue in front, then walk right past it till you hit the wall and take..." See More

  • 3 mentions in First time to Seattle, what to do and where to eat?

    • Valerie S.

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      Valerie S. said, "...answers. With just a weekend, there are some 'must-do' things, and some 'try to do' things. Here they are: Must Do: Pike Place Market- This place is pandemonium, even during the quiet season. Expect to see men throwing fish, plenty of cool..." See More

    • Jacey & Scott M.

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      Jacey & Scott M. said, "...I love Cafe Campagne and Belle Epicurean! I lived near Seattle during college and loved just people watching and strolling through Pike Place Market. It is a bit touristy, but I also love the waterfront, take the Pike Place Hillclimb Walk down..." See More

    • Scott M.

      Scott M. said, "...Hi Aerin! Some great answers by Valerie! Pike Place Market is a must. Some other eateries around there I enjoy are Matt's in The Market and Cafe Campagne. My wife and I love the weekend brunch and they make a mean Croque Madame..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Is a 5 hour layover at SEA enough time to go out and do something in Seattle?

    • Miranda R.

      Miranda R. said, "...In your remaining hour of sightseeing you could: See the delightfully disgusting Seattle Gum Wall Walk through the shops of the Pike Place Market and eat some treats!Grab a coffee at the Original Starbucks If you're up for a bit of a walk..." See More

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...to downtown: http://www.trippy.com/question/Best-way-to-get-to-Downtown-Seattle-from-SEA If you don't have any particular place in mind to check out, I would suggest the very famous Pike Place Market. There's a Link Light Rail station just four blocks away -- the Westlake Station. You can browse the..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Any memorable places in Seattle for a tourist?

    • Sarah H.

      Sarah H. said, "...Since you've been here all summer you've visited Pike Place Market, right? Definitely a must when in Seattle. Spend some time at Kerry Park (best view of the city in my opinion) and eat at The Walrus and the Carpenter!..." See More

    • Bethany L.

      Bethany L. said, "...Hey there Zaire, You must go to Pike Place Market. Just spend the day there. At first glance it looks like one big street, but it has multiple levels with vendors and delicious street food. Check out the Seattle Gum Wall and..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Must see/do on a 3 day trip to Seattle

    • Ashley L.

      Ashley L. said, "...October is definitely hit or miss for weather...but hopefully the Summer will go long for you. Wandering around Pike Place Market is obviously a must...if the weather is nice enough you can gather some meats, cheeses, and other snacks and put together a..." See More

    • Christian C.

      Christian C. said, "... Pike Place Market has to be your first stop - it's a Seattle institution. Check out Daily Dozen Donut Co, The Crumpet Shop, the original Starbucks (it'll be packed), and Pike Place Chowder, which has been winning national awards on a pretty regular..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What are must-sees and where to stay in Seattle and Vancouver

    • Valerie S.

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      Valerie S. said, "...There are lots of traditional 'must do' things in Seattle, not limited to: The Space Needle Pike Place Market Gum WallThe Seattle Great Wheel All of these things are within easy walking distance of the piers, though it will depend on which cruise..." See More

    • Todd B.

      Todd B. said, "...things you might want to do that require a little more travel. I would try and see or go to the Pike Place Market, visit the Seattle Center (Space Needle and Chihuly Garden and Glass), maybe a ferry ride out to Bainbridge..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Beautiful scenery & must see/eat places in Seattle & Portland

    • Tony W.

      Tony W. said, "...in the US). Lola downtown has the best breakfast if you're downtown (grilled octopus for breakfast? yes!). You can wander around Pike Place Market for good nibbles, too. If you get a nice day, wander around south lake union near the Center for..." See More

    • Nykiter P.

      Nykiter P. said, "...at the Market and it was great, beautiful view, really helpful staff, and close to everything (including yummy cafes and bakeries) Pike Place Market is a must as is the underground walking tour. Great view from the Space Needle but skip the food..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Fun shopping in Seattle that's NOT at a mall?

    • Bethany L.

      Bethany L. said, "...Hey there Sarah, I used to live in Dallas and would travel to Seattle often. Pike Place Market is basically a bazaar with tons of unique vendors and delicious fresh seafood everywhere you turn. Must go to Lamplight Books! Talk about quirky, off-the-map..." See More

    • Matt B.

      Matt B. said, "... Pike Place Market would be perfect, its touristy and theres lots of small shops with food, art, crafts, flowers and trinkets, but its more flea market or farmers market than mall. The downtown area around the market would be good also, along with..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Hotel recommendation in Queen Ann district

    • Chase J.

      Chase J. said, "...dig this... also, there is an IMAX theater there that is often showing cool nature films, etc. Also go to the Pike Place Market, your kids will love when these guys throw fish around......." See More

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...not visiting with your friend, you can easily take your family out for a stroll to the Space Needle and the Pike Place Market. These are probably the nicest and closest places that you can stay to East Queen Ann. Consider the..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Where are the most photogenic areas in Seattle?

    • Michael M.

      Michael M. said, "...I like the Pike Place Market because you'll have access to water views, mountain views if the weather cooperates, close-up shop views, fruit, vegetable, cheese and seafood stalls, and excellent people watching. Drumheller Fountain in the center of the University of Washington campus,..." See More

    • Allison B.

      Allison B. said, "...Definitely Kerry Park on a clear day. Pike Place Market, Olympic Sculpture Park, Alki Beach Park, Ballard Locks..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Things to do in Seattle (eat, drink) and where to stay?

    • Peter P.

      Peter P. said, "...status, you have access to the club room that gives you breakfast and afternoon snacks & a fridge full of drinks. Pike Place Market is a must. A friend also stayed at an airbnbn next to KeyArena that was nice, small 2 bedroom..." See More

    • Georgia T.

      Georgia T. said, "...I'm sure Pike Place Market is on your list but other than that, I suggest checking out Pioneer Square for good places to eat!..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Unique-to-Seattle restaurants that are good for dining solo?

    • Wendy F.

      Wendy F. said, "...Try Matt's in The Market right in the Pike Place Market. Any of Tom Douglas's restaurants are great too: Dahlia Lounge, Lola, Palace Kitchen. Have fun!..." See More

    • Peter R.

      Peter R. said, "...Hi Aerin, you should try Pike Place Market. This is a famous place for Seattle and there are all kind of restaurants there or pretty close. Also in the Fremont Neighborhood there are a lot of nice restaurants, but I dont have..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Good rainy day activities in Seattle?

    • Marcus C.

      Marcus C. said, "...a group of adults. Woodinville has great wine tasting rooms and gives you a good view of Washington wines. Of course, Pike Place Market is the typical stop in Seattle, most of it is covered, and well, it's usually the first place folks..." See More

    • Michael M.

      Michael M. said, "...Mall at 4th & Pine. From there one is only a few short blocks from both the Seattle Art Museum and Pike Place Market. The market costs you nothing unless you stop to shop or eat. One could pick up all you'd..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Shopping in Seattle?

    • Alissa V.

      Alissa V. said, "...Baby & Company if you are looking for unique, high end designer pieces. Bonus! It's 2 blocks from Pike Place Market and across the street from the always- lovely Le Pichet...." See More

    • Diane R.

      Diane R. said, "... Pike Place Market is a MUST for touristy shopping..." See More

  • 1 mention in Road trip from LA to Seattle

    • Carla D.

      Carla D. said, "...to go at Sunset. It is blow-your-mind beautiful. I think this is considered Olympic National Park area as well Seattle: - Pike Place Market- Space Needle (eat a meal there) - The original Starbucks location - Chihuly Garden and GlassChihuly Garden and..." See More

  • 1 mention in Indoor kids' activities in Seattle

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...Seattle! I've never taken children around up there before, but I can think of a few places that might be good: Pike Place Market is the most obvious one. Tons to see there. You can see the flying fish, grab FRESH mini donuts..." See More

  • 1 mention in Affordable but safe hotels in Seattle?

    • Annemarie D.

      Annemarie D. said, "...are dozens and dozens of restaurants and coffee shops and cheap places to eat. If you want to get downtown toward Pike Place Market and the trains and trolleys and what not, you can take the bus (I believe it's bus #72) just..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best breakfast spots in Downtown Seattle?

    • Alissa V.

      Alissa V. said, "...Cafe Campagne for sure. It's in Pike Place Market- perfect for a stroll afterwards to walk off that amazing croque monsieur. Open at 8am everyday (in Summer). Another go-to is Dahlia Lounge, as it has been consistently amazing for years and years...." See More

  • 1 mention in Budget-friendly, but not seedy hotels

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...chain of Ace HotelsThe hotel is very centrally located, close to a train station and a stone's throw away from the Pike Place Market and a whole lot moreThese hotel rooms are one of the least expensive ones that you'll find in the..." See More

  • 1 mention in Driving from LA to Vancouver, going through Portland and Seattle

    • Suzanne S.

      Suzanne S. said, "...in Portland for a bite to eat, but I would spend my time in Seattle and see the The Space Needle Pike Place Market, Pioneer Squareand take the Underground Tour in Pioneer Square. Best of luck and safe travels...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best day trip suggestions from Billingham, WA?

    • Johnny L.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Johnny L. said, "...do are visit the Space Needle for views of the downtown skyline and the sound, you can go to the famous Pike Place Market, shop in Downtown, take a cruise on Lake Washington or in Puget Sound or make your way to..." See More

  • 1 mention in Cheap accommodation for one person

    • Ketti S.

      Ketti S. said, "...Tortoise Hostel Seattle(around $30 a night). This hostel is literally right in the middle of downtown, right across the street from Pike Place Market (one of the best attractions in the city)2) Couchsurfing. If you make an account with Couchsurfing, you can find..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where is everyone traveling to this December?

    • FX C.

      FX C. said, "...riding the ferries to BremertonBainbridge Island and Vashon Island. As always, the Space Needle, Experience Music Project, Pioneer Square and the Pike Place Market are on my to do list. I used to live in the Emerald City and it still holds a..." See More

  • 1 mention in Splurge Hotel in Seattle?

    • Annemarie D.

      Annemarie D. said, "...stuff like Elliott Bay Book Company and not too fara walk from the downtown area, Seattle Public Library - Central Library, Pike Place Market etc...." See More

  • 1 mention in Where is the best place for a Thanksgiving dinner in Seattle?

    • Anthony G.

      Anthony G. said, "...You might want to try the Pink Door near Pike Place Market if you're not to attached to traditional Thanksgiving food. I tried it for the first time recently. Great Italian food and really entertaining...." See More

  • 1 mention in What tourist traps around the world are worth the visit?

    • Bob O.

      Bob O. said, "... Pike Place Market in Seattle was the first place that came to my mind. If you're a sucker for Starbucks you can visit the Original Starbucks but, for my time, the line you want to wait in is a few doors down at..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where to go on a self-guided walking tour of Seattle

    • Norman P.

      Norman P. said, "...Pretty simple, Will. Step out on to 1st ave and walk south to Pike Place Market (NOT Pikes. PLEASE don't say PikeS). If you don't need a nap after seeing the public market, A. You're an elite athlete and B, get back on..." See More

  • 1 mention in Baby Moon recommendations for Seattle

    • Tony W.

      Tony W. said, "...the Edgewater Hotel is a great location and literally hangs over the water. It's walkable to the Olympic Sculpture Park and Pike Place Market. There are also a few really nice hotels on 5th/6th... But those can be a bit of a..." See More

  • 1 mention in Cool stuff to do in Seattle

    • Colin J.

      Colin J. said, "...top of itself. This is a pretty sweet little tour. Seattle Gum Wall is a must see. Disgusting, but a classic Pike Place Market attraction. Pyramid Alehouse right by CenturyLink Field is a great place to grab a good beer, as well as..." See More

  • 1 mention in What is your favorite Seattle activity on a sunny day?

    • Mikaela G.

      Mikaela G. said, "...out in Seattle! Not a water person? Have a picnic at Gas Works Parkor stroll around local farmer's markets or the Pike Place Market...." See More

  • 1 mention in Vancouver to Los Angeles, what are the places to stop and see?

    • Johnny L.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Johnny L. said, "...I've done that drive. This is what I did on the way: 1. Stop in Seattle. Space Needle, Pike Place Market, possible a baseball game at Safeco Field. Continue south on Interstate 5 to Portland where there are lots of microbreweries such..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where exactly is the Gum Wall?

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...Did you go downstairs at all? The Gum Wall's a little hidden away and actually under the Pike Place Market, but really easy to find. Here's what to do: At the very entrance of the Pike Place Market, walk up the cobblestone..." See More

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    • Spencer S.

      Spencer S. said, "...Below are a few of my favorites. Ghent Botswana from Chobe Game Lodge Costa Rica at Gulf of Papagayo. Seattle at Pike Place Market...." See More

  • 1 mention in Anything worth doing/seeing within 10 mins of Seattle Airport?

    • Wendy F.

      Wendy F. said, "...Head over to Pike Place Market ...lots of good restaurants and shops. The Original Starbucks is here as well. Take a cab or walk to 1st and Pike. Hope you have fun!..." See More

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    • Serena M.

      Serena M. said, "...started off with a food tour, booked through Savor Seattle. This was the perfect way to familiarize myself with the world-famous Pike Place Market. It included stops (and bites!) at 16 market hotspots, and it was worth every penny. A lot of..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the best restaurants in Seattle?

    • Lauren F.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Lauren F. said, "...In Pike Place Market my favorite spots for a quick bite were Pike Place Chowder and Piroshky Piroshky and Rachel's Ginger Beer for a tasty Moscow Mule. Lines for chowder and piroshkys can be long but it is SO worth it - the..." See More

  • 1 mention in If you could plan and go on ONE dream road trip, what & where would it be?

    • Elizabeth W.

      Elizabeth W. said, "...Road Trip in 2013 that turned out to be epic--especially the unplanned parts. I flew to Seattle and headed straight for Pike Place Market and bought this:$326.50 worth of Whole Sockeye, White King Salmon & Jumbo Dungeness later which was to be shipped..." See More

  • 1 mention in Design Enthusiast/ Coffee Nerd/ Foodie spending 2 days in August

    • Valerie S.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Valerie S. said, "...response in mind when people ask you why you went, it's kind of a must-do to stop by the Starbucks at Pike Place Market, because it's the 'Original.' The coffee's not great, but I feel like it's sorta a 'passport stamp' for..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best coffee shops

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...So many choices! Here are a few noteworthy ones: Starbucks -- hear me out on this one: the one at Pike Place Market is the very first Starbucks ever so it's a cool spot to visit just for coffee history's sakeEspresso Vivace Roasteria..." See More

  • 1 mention in Pike's Place Market - light lunch place?

    • Rebecca M.

      Rebecca M. said, "...Place Pigalle in Pike Place Market has a wonderful view and delicious food...." See More

  • 1 mention in Is Pike Place Market worth stopping at on the way to the airport?

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...If you've never been to Seattle before and you have four free hours, I say for sure check out Pike Place Market! It's actually on the way to the airport from your cruise port. I hope you don't have too much luggage!..." See More

  • 1 mention in Fun places in Seattle.

    • Peter R.

      Peter R. said, "...places. Seattle is pretty awesome, some places I can recommend. Space Needle Kerry Park one of the best views of Seattle Pike Place Market Farmers Market and very interesting to stroll through Seattle Aquarium Seattle Gum Wall "Modern Art" Wall full of gum..." See More

  • 1 mention in Is a Pike Place Market tour worth it?

    • Mara S.

      Mara S. said, "...I have not been on a tour before, but I can say I had so much fun meandering Pike Place Market on my own!! If it takes you less than two hours, you're either going too fast or you haven't seen it all...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best hotel and area in Seattle for nightlife?

    • Alissa V.

      Alissa V. said, "...Petit Kitchen & Lounge. It's easy to catch the bus/ uber to downtown for other day time drink spots (mostly in Pike Place Market) An uber/ lyft to most other neighborhoods is less than $15...." See More

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