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Pioneer Square

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About this place
A triangle that sits adjacent to 1st Ave that features a Tlingit totem pole towering up beside a drinking fountain fitted with a bust of Chief Seattle, and an iron and glass pergola that was built in 1909
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Molly
Molly
September 22, 2019
This trendy and historic downtown neighborhood is home to art galleries, restaurants, bars, tours, and more!
Alexis
Alexis
August 26, 2019
Art galleries, coffee shops and trendy bars fill Pioneer Square’s late-1800s Romanesque Revival buildings. Tourists explore subterranean streets on the guided Underground Tour, and learn about Seattle’s roots at the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park. Office workers unwind in secluded…
Danielle
Danielle
August 07, 2019
Pioneer Square is “Seattle’s Original Neighborhood”. The neighborhood is built around a cobblestone triangular plaza, composed of dozens of stone and brick buildings in the late-Victorian Romanesque architecture style. There are sights and memorials such as the enormous Tlingit totem pole, the bust…
Lisa
Lisa
July 23, 2019
Come to First Thursday for free access to art galleries.
Adam
Adam
May 27, 2019
This is Seattle's historic neighborhood. Highlights include Greg Kucera and Treason Gallery, Magic Mouse Toys, the Underground Tour, Il Corvo Restaurant, Good Bar, Waterfall Park, Occidental Park...it's gritty but great!
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Seattle, WA 98104