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Pike Place Market

Between Pike and Pine sts. at First Ave., Seattle, WA 98101
+1 206-682-7453
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Overview
  • Excellent60%
  • Very good28%
  • Average8%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
Travellers talk about
“seafood” (1,129 reviews)
“fresh flowers” (634 reviews)
“flying fish” (680 reviews)
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Hours Today: 06:00 - 01:30
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
LOCATION
Between Pike and Pine sts. at First Ave., Seattle, WA 98101
Downtown
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+1 206-682-7453
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Reviewed yesterday

This market is a must-see. It was created in 1907 to make available to city dwellers local farmers' products. It's now a big, multi-sensory market of fresh produce; fresh flowers; meat and fish; baked goods; crafts of all kinds; honey; coffee and tea; chocolates; leather...More

Thank E1890EJjamesw
Reviewed yesterday

This place is like a giant outdoor grocery store, hardware store, department store and flea market all in one. You could spend an entire day here, because it is so large. Parking is limited, so expect to have to park and walk for a bit....More

Thank dm2cmas
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We visited and dined here at the market and glad we did! It was fun walking around seeing new shops and restaurants! People were friendly and food was great!

Thank AndreluzG
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Pike Place Market is an interesting place you can spend time wondering through the Farmer's and look through the pails and pails of Fresh Flowers for sale, Specialty food, yummy Sealed packed Salmon is a must buy! Variety of restaurants, Greek, French, Chinese, Spanish, Mexican,...More

Thank S L
Reviewed yesterday

if you are in Seattle you must take the time to go see the Pike Place Market. Wonderful smells, fish toss, shops and great food. Its a must do in Seattle. Make sure to visit the shops down stairs and don't forget to eat breakfast...More

Thank Marilyn D
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you are in Seattle, this is a must see. Located in downtown is an open air farmers market. You can buy fresh fruits, veggies, flowers and hundreds of crafts. Many vendors will ship items for an additional fee if you are traveling. Don't forget...More

Thank Patrice J
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

My favorite part of visiting the market was the beautiful displays of tulips. Many vendors had a variety of tulips to choose from. There were also vendors for arts and crafts. It was a unique experience.

Thank priestck
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

My husband and I took our 3 grandchildren (ages 9 and 6 year old twins) to PPM last month for an adventure from our home in Madison Park. Despite rain falling the entire time, our group investigated the market from one end to the other....More

Thank Pinkshoplady
Reviewed 2 days ago

Lots and lots and lots of shops....and they are covered just in case of rain! Farmers market, fish, jewelry, toys, flowers...etc. etc. And be sure to ask where the Gum Alley is... you'll be shocked...it's actually pretty funny! Everyone was taking pictures there!!

Thank W M
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is by far one of the best ,unusual places I've ever been to in my life ,many hundred of vendors, from flowers,crafts ,honey biscuits ,books collectables anything your heart desires ,not to mention the freshest fish market you can find ,unless you catch them...More

Thank Tony R
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Bill W
What times do you toss the fish?
25 April 2017|
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Response from Glenda E | Reviewed this property |
I think they toss the fish off and on all day. There are lots of other talented performers at the market also. I try to have lots of dollar bills on the ready to show my appreciation to the artists.
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Tom A
Is there anywhere that we can store our luggage near here please? Our hotel is not in downtown and we have to check out at 12. Our flight isn't until the evening so ideally, somewhere central would be appreciated.
12 April 2017|
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Response from OZENO | Reviewed this property |
In my experience most hotels will hold your luggage for a day or so even if you've checked out. I'm not sure on options for storing luggage downtown. Sorry.
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tinknock50
Is this elevator near the Piggy Bank end of the market (South End)?
23 March 2017|
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Response from nina b | Reviewed this property |
I believe down from the pig and the fish market to the water side near restrooms there is an elevator. maybe there is a Web site that would say!?
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