Established in 1907, Pike Place Market is a well-known, historic farmers market in downtown Seattle. The Pike Place district encompasses 9 acres of farm and craft tables, shops, bakeries, fish markets, butches shops, produce stands, specialty food stores, and restaurants. Buskers play as visitors wander through the historic arcade and winding alleys. The Market is also home to the famous Gum Wall.
Take a self-guided walking tour with a Pike Place Market pocket guide, or go on a tour with one (or more) of the licensed tour operators and discover some of the best places to eat in Seattle, learn about the Market's history, or visit some of Seattle's specialty donut shops.
Pike Place Market is fun for locals and tourists alike!