Pike Place Market Launches Interactive Market Map
New digital tool offers easier-than-ever navigation of the 9-acre district
SEATTLE, WA – Pike Place Market is excited to announce the launch of the new interactive virtual Market Map! Navigating our expansive historic district has never been easier with step-by-step directions guiding visitors to any Market business, restrooms, ATMs, and Market attractions like the Gum Wall! With its unique architectural layout of 10 levels spread across nine acres, this is the first time the Pike Place Market has ever been displayed in this way.
The rich history and character of our storied buildings alongside many newcomers who frequent the Market has often made wayfinding a challenge and presented a keen opportunity for improvement. With this new map, visitors will have convenient detailed access to the layout of the Market’s passages at their fingertips.
- Point-to-point directions guide visitors between any listed locations input on the map
- Keyword search bar allows visitors to search by category including restaurants, parking, coffee, and more!
- Simple icons designate where stairs, ramps, and elevators are located within the various shop levels for easy accessibility to all Marketgoers.
- The map is integrated with our Market directory to offer a direct link to each business listing for more information on opening hours, contact information, social media handles, etc.
While exploring our new interactive Market Map and the visual Market Directory, visitors can plan their future Market trips using our new Market Day Planner tool for an all-inclusive, seamless user experience. Start exploring today by visiting our homepage or at PikePlaceMarket.org/Map.
Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority PDA – The nine-acre historic district is maintained and operated by the Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority (PDA), a nonprofit public corporation created by the City of Seattle in 1973. The PDA supports the Market’s remarkable community by increasing farm and food retailing opportunities, supporting small and marginal businesses, and providing services for low-income individuals. In addition, PDA helps protect the essence of the Market by preserving, rehabilitating and maintaining the buildings within the Market. PikePlaceMarket.org