Plan Your VisitThe heart and soul of Seattle since 1907. Start planning your Market Day!
Please Read: COVID-19 Updates
Masks are not required throughout Pike Place Market, however, those who continue masking are welcome to do so. Some Market businesses still require masks to enter. We recommend bringing a mask with you. Please check with businesses directly if you are unsure of their mask policy. Disposable masks are available at the Visit Seattle Information Booth starting at 10 a.m.
Start Planning Your Market Day!
Nestled between Seattle’s stunning skyline and Puget Sound is Pike Place Market. We were established in 1907, and have been a beloved public market featuring small independent businesses, local farmers, artists, craftspeople, and buskers for over one hundred years and counting!
To help you discover all our 500 small businesses, we created a trip planner tool. With this tool, you can browse our Market Directory, adding businesses and Market attractions to your day. Then you can name, organize and share your Market days with friends and family. Start planning!
Where is Pike Place Market?
Pike Place Market stretches across a nine-acre historic district. From 1st Avenue to Western Avenue, east to west, and Virginia Street to just past Pike Street, north to south.
Hours: Open Daily
Every day is different in the Market but most of Pike Place Market is active from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. with some of our restaurants staying open until midnight or later. Pike Place Market is also open 7 days a week, closed only on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Guide Your Way Through the Market!
Explore Pike Place Market in a whole new way with our NEW interactive Market Map! This map gives you point-to-point directions offering a pathway to your destination.
With a few clicks, you can have step-by-step directions leading you to any Market business, restroom, ATM, Market attraction, and more.
Our 10-level, 9-acre Market has never been easier to navigate. Your destination awaits you, start exploring!
Explore Pike Place Market
Pike Place Market serves as Seattle’s largest incubator of small, independent businesses. It is a vibrant neighborhood comprised of 220+ independently owned shops and restaurants, 150+ craftspeople, 70+ farmers, 60+ permitted buskers, and 450+ residents in affordable housing. Plus, 5 social services and one foundation that helps our diverse community thrive!
Explore our community below!