The waterfront offers great views of Puget Sound along with attractions like the Great Wheel and, further north, the orca mural in the foreground. It was not busy when we visited in winter (late February) so it was quite relaxing and it was a welcome break from the busier,…
On leaving Pikes market we passed through Post Alley, on the way to visit Seattle’s water front. There are a few places to eat in Post Alley, but they get pretty full at lunch time. We checked out Rachel's ginger beer store, on the corner before continuing on to the family…
The best thing about this venue is that it is on the water. The shops, restaurants and general aesthetic is so touristy as to be quite off-putting. Walk it once if you must, but there are so many other better places to spend time along the water.
We caught a boat right from here as well as just did some walking around and souvenir shopping. There are many shops to pick things up as well as just an enjoyable stroll. There was construction from the highway teardown that made it a little harder to navigate but overall worth…
Lovely walk along the broad walk, although lots of building work going on, lots of shops and eateries, great views across the water of the snowy mountains, definitely recommend