Explore the Market
Welcome to Seattle’s public market and one of the country’s oldest farmers markets. Encompassing nine acres from Pike St. north to Virginia St. and from 1st Ave west to Western Ave, the Market’s historic arcade, winding alleys, stairways and lower levels offer a multisensory experience of sights, sounds, tastes, aromas and textures.
Taste what’s in season at a farm stand. Listen to a Motown or bluegrass classic from buskers while marveling over the creativity of the goods in the crafts market. Follow the scent of baking bread down the cobblestones to a European bakery. Peruse comics, collectibles, magic tricks, vinyl records, books and rare treasures in small shops.
Take time to wander. The Market will amaze, delight and inspire you.
View and download a Pike Place Market map.
Washington farmers sell local seasonal produce and preserves at farm tables year-round. Learn More
More than 200 local craftspeople display their unique handcrafted works daily in the North Arcade. Learn More
Highstalls are permanent produce stands that offer fresh fruit, vegetables and mushrooms year-round. Learn More
Four fish markets offer an abundance of fresh fish and seafood from Pacific Northwest and Alaskan waters. Learn More
Dozens of specialty food stores provide rare ingredients and exceptional local and international products. Learn More
Beneath the Main Arcade are three floors of unique shops, specializing in collectibles, comics, jewelry, books, original art, magic tricks and more. Learn More
An abundance of bakeries, cafes, diners, restaurants, take out and sweet shops tempt hungry shoppers. Learn More
Rachel the Piggybank
The famous bronze piggybank weighs 550 pounds. Put a few coins or bills in Rachel and pose for a photo! Proceeds benefit social services in the Market. Learn More
Street performers have long entertained shoppers and added to the Market’s ambiance. Make sure to offer them a tip!