First opened on August 17, 1907, Seattle’s Pike Place Market has become the oldest continuously operated public farmers market in the United States. Full of fresh produce, seafood, handmade crafts and gifts, it’s an essential stop for any visit to Seattle.
Over 500 vendors call the Pike Place Market home. Spread across eight different buildings, small farmers, craftspeople, food vendors and merchants proudly display their goods for sale.
The Pike Place Market is located in Seattle’s central business district. It runs from Belltown in the north, and Elliot Bay and the waterfront to the south west.
The market is one of Seattle’s most popular visitor destinations. It’s the perfect way to spend the afternoon on a rainy afternoon.
If you’re visiting Seattle and looking for a comfortable place to stay, check out the nearby Roosevelt Hotel.