Seattle entertainment and shopping

Entertainment & shopping in Seattle

Shopping Westlake Center, Seattle
This Emerald City shopping gem enjoys a convenient, centralized location for those staying in downtown Seattle.

Pier 54, Seattle
If you are looking for a great seafood meal while visiting Seattle, Pier 54 is the place to go.

Pier 57, Seattle
This pier is lined with shopping, dining, entertainment and most of all, plenty of opportunities to learn about Seattle's rich history.

Majestic Puget Sound, Seattle, WA
Puget Sound outside of Seattle is an outdoor and water sports haven. Gorgeous landscapes and clean waters beckon.

Ye Olde Curiosity Shop, Seattle
The waterfront is a wonderful place to visit on your next trip to Seattle. Ye Olde Curiosity Shop is located there on Pier 54. The shop itself was founded in 1899 and has always stayed near the waterfront even though it moved several time. It is family owned now by the fourth generation.

The Seattle Waterfront
Seattle's Waterfront stretches just past historic Pioneer Square to the Shilshole Bay in Ballard. The bustling Port of Seattle features a ferry system as well as several lines that offer deluxe cruises to Alaska. Jaunt on the Victoria Clipper for a weekend trip to Canada.

Pioneer Square, Seattle
Pioneer Square is a must-see neighborhood in Seattle, and a perfect place to spend the afternoon after days of playing tourist. This is the spot to put the camera away and relax.

Pike Place Market, Seattle
Pike Place Market is internationally recognized as Americas premier farmers' market which is home to 200 year-round commercial businesses, 190 crafts people, 120 farmers who rent table space by day, 240 street performers and musicians.

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