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Man ole man!! To see this area is the only way to describe it! A must see when in Seattle. People or so personable and watching the people throw fish and talk back and forth is just awesome! Lots to do here, lots to buy...More
So, Of course everyone has heard if this place and feels they HAVE to go because, well, just because! That was me. I wasn't disappointed, but if I had to choose between this place and something else, I might choose the other. It's like a...More
My daughters and I went to the Market after our wonderful birthday lunch to buy flowers. They have absolutely the most beautiful flower bouquets. It’s so hard to choose their all so lovely and the prices are great! We love going to the Market, so...More
This is a nice place to look at crafts and produce from local merchants, listen to street musicians, eat food and drinks. There are different levels of the marketplace and all levels you discover different products and merchandise.
If you spend a few days in Seattle you will have rainy days and I can’t think of a better place to browse original. quirky and beautiful stores than the market. Probably in excess of 100 boutiques and a foodie’s paradise - this is a...More
I've been o a couple of markets across the US and this is definitely a good one. Plenty of vendors, food and restaurants in the area. Fun experience to see. Right next to the water. Fun vibes and good people.
Yes it's crowded, yes it smells like fish, and yes it's worth it. I would recommend an early visit, or weekday visit to minimize the crowd. There are parking lots around the city, however, a taxi or rideshare is the way to go. Don't plan...More
The market is absolutely huge on multiple levels. It has everything: produce, seafood, meats, teas, Italian food products, honey, kitchen supplies, t-shirts, herbs, cards, collectibles, wines, restaurants etc. It's a fun and reasonable way to spend an afternoon. DO NOT MISS THIS PLACE.
Seattle is changing. Getting to the Pike Place Market is time consuming. Parking is very, very difficult to find and extremely expensive - take a bus! The Market is also changing - it is more and more commercialized - but - if you have never...More