About Rachel the Piggy Bank
Rachel the Piggy Bank is the mascot of Pike Place Market and one of our best public fundraisers. She has been “bringing home the bacon” for The Market Foundation since 1986, raising more than $200,000 and counting. Legend has it that if you rub Rachel’s snout and make a donation, you’ll have good luck!
Find Rachel the Piggy Bank underneath the Market’s famous Public Market Center clock and sign at the corner of Pike Street and Pike Place.
- Rachel arrived at the corner of Pike Place in 1986.
- She is a bronze cast piggy bank created by Whidbey Island sculptor Georgia Gerber.
- Weighing in at 550 pounds (250 kg), Rachel was named after a real 750-pound pig who won the 1985 Island County Fair.
- Her cousin, Billie the Piggy Bank, arrived in the Market in 2011 and currently sits on the Pike Place MarketFront.
Rights & Use
Rachel the Piggy Bank’s name and any graphic representations of the statue are registered trademarks. Commercial use of these properties requires a trademark licensing agreement; please contact the Pike Place Market Foundation at [email protected] or call (206) 774-5249 for more information.