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This bustling, labyrinthine bazaar is a wonderful place to while away a few hours.
One of the nation's largest and oldest public markets, Pike Place Market dates from 1907, when the city issued permits allowing farmers to sell produce from wagons parked at Pike Place. Full review →
Home to 100 or so farmers and fishmongers and hundreds of small specialty shops, Pike Place Market is Seattle's number one tourist destination. Full review →
A cavalcade of noise, smells, personalities, banter and urban theater that's almost London-like in its cosmopolitanism. Full review →
Fun, feisty and infinitely appealing, the market has maintained its earthy egalitarianism. Full review →
So authentic even locals shop here! Full review →
Pike Place Market is the city's most famous place to shop, fronted by a fish stall where fishmongers toss each other salmon and halibut over the heads of their patrons. Full review →
Frustration over the price of onions led to the creation of Pike Place Market—citizens were outraged at a ten-fold price increase, leading to the creation of the market on a vacant wooden... Full review →