A visit to Pike Place Market is a Seattle tradition. It is probably best known for the Seattle fish market and their famous fishmongers throwing fish in Seattle.
An iconic destination opened in 1907; this Seattle market is one of the United State’s oldest continuously operating farmer’s markets. Nevertheless, today it is much more than just a farmer’s market. It’s an impressive pillar of the community, a top tourist attraction, a place for locals to shop for fresh meats, fish and produce, and a home to over 300 low-income families. Pike Place Market a lively destination that attracts over 10 million visitors annually.