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The tour of the underground and walk thru Pioneer Square gives you an understanding of just how creative and resilient the City of Seattle is. You get a feeling of how it has come to be the home to some of the worlds most powerful...More
Bustling area - lots of people going to and from transit. Some businesses closed, mixed lot of commerce, galleries, restaurants, coffee shops and hotels. Some issue with homelessness - requests for money/food were more prevalent around early evening... I stayed in this area and felt...More
I was in Washington state for a convention and decided during my time off to take a look around Seattle's old town. Lots of historic sites and history to Seattle. Pioneer Square has an artsy feel to it housed within original buildings. A very unique...More
Pioneer Square is steeped with history and if you take a tour of the area, you will learn incredible stories of how the city was built on mud and sewage and rose from the ashes of 1889 fire in stages. Now, the area has lots...More
Yes this city is busy and beautiful, exciting, lots of hills and it is really busy at 5, have never seen this many modes of transportation.We felt totally safe here and enjoy and mind your on business, like any where , you will see some...More
Area is very sketchy – replete with many homeless services and persons. There also weren’t many people besides walking around (on a Sunday afternoon). It set my Spidey senses tingling so I didn’t stay very long. However, from what I could see in the Pioneer...More
We walked in every morning during our visit in Seattle along the pioneer square. It is very decorative beautiful area. A lot of places to take pictures and poses, and see the old architectures. Highly recommended.
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You have to take a tour. It is not a connected labyrinth and access points require entering establishments and going into their basements or opening alleyway doors with keys. Anyway, the tours are cheap and interesting and... More
You have to take a tour. It is not a connected labyrinth and access points require entering establishments and going into their basements or opening alleyway doors with keys. Anyway, the tours are cheap and interesting and you will get way more out of them than if you could go by yourself.
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First timer advice (14 Replies)
Looking for some advice for a ~3.5 days in Seattle in early September staying in downtown Seattle (couple blocks from Westlake Ctr station). Between researching here and a few other resources online, we've decided on a few must do's and then some potential ideas on how spend our time and hoping to get some advice. We definitely plan to do Pike Place Mkt, underground tour at Pioneer Square, Space Needle, and Chihuly Garden and Glass. I saw the City Pass which includes Space Needle, Chihuly...More
July 17, 2015|
I would not buy the pass. You can get to the Locks using Metro bus public transportation but it would take a while and to me would not be a "must do" for such a short stay. Klondike Gold Rush Museum is fun. It's free, only takes 15-20 mins. to see it, and is a few blocks away from where you'll be for the Underground Tour, so definitely keep that one on the list. For souvenirs there's lots of great stuff you can pick up at the Pike Place Market. Chukars Cherries, jams and honey, dried...More
Safeco Field Tour/ Mariners Game (4 Replies)
Planning on visiting Safeco Field for a 12:30 tour and then later attending the game that evening. Suggestions for what to do in the area between 1 and 5 pm in the area. Pioneer Square suggestions would be great along with dining locations. Thanks!
May 30, 2011|
do the underground tour in pioneer square
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4th of July Pioneer Square (3 Replies)
My husband and I are flying into Seattle at 6pm on the 4th of July and are staying by Pioneer Square. What are some suggestions for the best places to go close by for fireworks?
June 27, 2016|
You can take the bus + streetcar to south lake union to see the city firework show.