Pike Place Market
Pike Place Market is Seattle's famed public market overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront. Sample tasty produce from friendly market vendors, marvel at the fishmongers Pacific haul and search for souvenirs and antique treasures.
Occupying over 9 acres, the market was established in 1907 has gained several layers over the last century. The lower levels feature a variety of unique shops including antique dealers, comic book sellers, and small family-owned restaurants. The upper street level features an array of fishmongers showcasing the freshest catch, fresh local artisan produce, beautiful fresh-cut flowers and fun craft stalls operating in the covered arcades.
Seattle is also famed for a wealth of microbreweries that craft distinguished beers which are touted worldwide. We can arrange tours to experience the city from a beer-lover’s perspective. Sample stouts, ambers and ales at some of the region’s best breweries—from iconic hotspots to locals’ only watering holes. Ask us about guided gourmet tours in Seattle.