Established in 1907 to connect citizens and farmers, the Market continues its “Meet the Producer” tradition with a year-round farmers market, crafts, owner-operated bakeries, fish markets, butcher shops, produce stands and specialty food stores.
Go early to beat the crowds of tourists. It's truly a great place to find produce and fish. Get some fresh cracked crab for dinner! Just ask th email fishmonger to crack and clean 'em!
Dried fruit stand - get the apples!
I always love visiting Pikes Market. I have been many times and this time I found more stores. There is always something new.
Really cool that the city has still kept this mostly small local vendors. Definitely worth a visit, I still visit as a local!
Come early to avoid crowds and down forget to check out the lower levels!
Fresh fish and vegetables and fruits. Flowers. Honey and wax products.
Check out the underground levels for cheaper prices!
The place to visit when in Seattle. My favorite.
Go before 8am for some fresh fruit for breakfast
It's touristy but if you haven't been you got to go
There is a big bronze pig here that is great for photo ops.
Great place to stroll around. Must see
Always a stop when we come into Seattle. Fresh food everywhere.
So fun! A great mix of food and art!
Gum Wall, Flying Fish, Persoki, first starbucks, eat till you drop
It's a Fun a lively place. Lots to do and see. It just goes on and on.
Braving the crowds is worth it. This market is full of energy on the weekends.
So cool and fun
My home away from home, and just down Post Alley from the Pink Door. The Market is a must see/experience for everyone!
So much to see and taste! The fruit is fresh, the flowers are abundant, and there is no shortage of people to watch
Everything is good here but sure to bring lots of money and your spare change. Everything is local and state.
This place is kinda tourist trap-y but it's still super neat to visit at least once. Ignore the shops on the lower levels.
Avoid on weekends.
Go early before the crowds....and buy something local.
The jellys. The fish
Not all that r was really cracked up to be. Typical tourist stop.
This is a market, no idea what the fuss was about.
Really liked it here, tourist trap stores but such fresh fish
Woodrings northwest jelly and preserves are the best! I am obsessed with the lavender jelly. My friends from Detroit have me send them jars ever since their last visit.
"Ma'am, no photos allowed."quickly became a response when I tried to take photos - not cool 👎🏻
Ellenos Greek Yogurt, Le Panier macarons, and cocktails at Rachel's Ginger Beer aren't to be missed!
Come during the week, middle of the day to avoid crowds.
Less crowded before noon
Absolutely disappointed. Dirty, overpriced and overrated. Guess I can say I was there.
The most fresh, cheapest flowers you'll ever find. Such a fun place to walk through even if you don't buy anything, a classic Seattle must-see
Crowded, hot, and full of delicious fresh goodies
Impressed with the selection of fresh meats and produce at great prices. The flower bouquets are surprisingly inexpensive. I recommend having Hungarian sausage and draft beer at Uli's Famous Sausage.
Vendors in market
Cruise ship pier
A must visit while in Seattle
Fish, spices and food. The clothes and souvenirs are a bit cheap
Love Pike Place Market. I can come here everyday and still enjoy it. Make sure to try the greek yoghurt, piroshky, original starbucks and a lot more!
Very cool place. You could spend all day down here. If you don't like crowds...stay away.
There's sometimes a waiting line outside but late evening it's not bad. Cool place.
Food shooping. Tourist shopping.
So many things to do and see! Flower bouquets for $5, $10, and $15! The Gum Wall is nearby, and so is the original Starbucks! It does get very crowded.
When visiting Seattle you have to go here.