Seattle Waterfront & Pike Place Market Tour

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  • Guided Walking Tour
  • 3 Hours
  • Seattle

Seattle Pike Place Market Tour & Waterfront Walk

Ever stood at a viewpoint and felt a city’s energy buzz around you? That’s what awaits at our starting point, with a breathtaking view of the Seattle Waterfront. Learn about its ongoing transformation as you stroll with us along the historic piers, letting the iconic storefronts whisper tales of the past. And, of course, what’s a tour without some local flavor? We’ll pause for a cozy coffee break at a beloved café, prepping you for the next leg of our adventure.

A Pike Place Market Food and Culture Tour

With over a century of history, Pike Place Market is so much more than just a marketplace. On this Seattle Pike Place Market tour, we’ll walk you through the alleys of the longest-running Farmer’s Market in the USA.

Be one of the whopping 15 million people who visit Pike Place Market each year and listen to incredible stories about this legendary Seattle destination. You will also get to sample delicious bites from some of the market’s top-notch vendors. It’s a journey you won’t forget!

Safety and authenticity? We’ve got it covered! Totally Seattle Tours is proudly licensed by the Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority (PDA). This ensures that our Pike Place Market food tours are fun, genuine, and compliant with all local regulations. So, come wander with expert locals in this historic district!

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What's Included

  • Chocolate, Donut, Coffee & Chowder Samples & other Treats from Market Institutions
  • Original Starbucks
  • The "Down Under" shopping area


  • The Great Gum Wall (Gum Included)
  • Pike Place Fish Mongers
  • Pier 66, Pier 62, the Seattle Aquarium, the Great Wheel, Ye Olde Curiosity Shop and much more


3 Hours

This tour will walk you through “The Market” to explain what makes this less of a tourist attraction & more of a tight knit community.