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Beneath the Streets

Beneath the Streets

102 Cherry Street

Beneath the Streets offers boutique tours dedicated to providing authentic and unique guided explorations through the historic underground passageways of Seattle’s original neighborhood, Pioneer Square.

Beyond Threads

Beyond Threads

214 S Jackson St

Inspired by the love for her native country of Peru, Cristina Dioguardi established Beyond Threads in 1992, co-designing with her long time friend Alejandra Bedoya.  Over the years found there was a niche in the market for garments and accessories made with Alpaca that combined Peruvian craftsmanship and contemporary timeless styling.

 

 

 

Bill Speidel's Underground Tour

Bill Speidel's Underground Tour

600 1st Ave

BILL SPEIDEL’S UNDERGROUND TOUR is a leisurely, guided walking tour beneath Seattle’s sidewalks and streets.

Comedy Underground

Comedy Underground

109 S WASHINGTON ST

Comedy Underground seven nights a week and features top comedy talent from across the US.

Fairlook Antiques

Fairlook Antiques

81-1/2 S Washington St

Are you searching for vintage or rare items? Look no further than Fairlook Antiques.

First Thursday <br> Free Parking!

First Thursday
Free Parking!

Participating PSQ Garages

Come PARK FOR FREE and experience Pioneer Square’s First Thursday Art Walk. Seriously, FREE PARKING 5:00 pm-10:00 pm every first Thursday of the month at participating garages.

Park, Art Walk, Pick up a Parking Voucher, Leave garage for FREE!

Flatstick Pub

Flatstick Pub

240 2nd Ave S

NOW OPEN in Pioneer Square!

Iron Pergola & Tlingit Indian Totem

Iron Pergola & Tlingit Indian Totem

First Ave & Yesler Way

In the heart of Pioneer Square, the land from which Seattle’s industrial base grew, stand the Iron Pergola and the Tlingit Indian Totem Pole.

King Street Station

King Street Station

303 S Jackson St

Built between 1904 and 1906 by the Great Northern Railway and Northern Pacific Railway, the station replaced an antiquated station on Railroad Avenue, today’s Alaskan Way.

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

319 2nd Ave S

The Seattle unit of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park preserves the story of the stampede to the Yukon gold fields and Seattle’s crucial role in this event.

Last Resort Fire Department Museum

Last Resort Fire Department Museum

301 2nd Ave S

On July 12th, 2008, in conjunction with the 2008 Pioneer Square Fire Festival, a new fire museum was created in Seattle when the Last Resort Fire Department moved a portion of its collection of apparatus and artifacts into Seattle Fire Department Headquarters in the heart of Seattle’s Pioneer Square.  The station, built in 1928, is a four-story, ten-bay facility, that for eighty years, had been the home of both Seattle Fire Department Headquarters and Fire Station #10.

Milepost 31

Milepost 31

211 1st Ave S

Milepost 31 is an award-winning information center that highlights the people and projects that shaped Pioneer Square, and provides an inside look at the SR 99 Tunnel Project.

Nordo's Culinarium

Nordo's Culinarium

109 S MAIN ST

Café Nordo launched a hybrid of the pop-up restaurant and underground theater. Relying on relationships with local farmers, ranchers, fisherman, composers, actors, and visual artists, Café Nordo serves up modern cuisine while thrilling audiences with the history, myth, science, and politics of food.

Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum

Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum

317 3rd Ave S

Located in the historic Pioneer Square district in Downtown Seattle, the Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum brings the history of policing in the Pacific Northwest to life.

Smith Tower Observation Deck

Smith Tower Observation Deck

506 2nd Ave

The Smith Tower opened on July 4, 1914 as the world’s 4th tallest building, and remained the tallest building West of the Mississippi River for almost 50 years.

Reopening August 25th

Spooked in Seattle

Spooked in Seattle

102 Cherry Street

Since 2004, Spooked in Seattle Tours has been telling the REAL stories of haunted Seattle, taking you inside, and presenting evidence collected on actual paranormal investigations!

Waterfall Garden Park

Waterfall Garden Park

219 2nd Ave S

This secluded park features a 22-foot waterfall in the middle of Pioneer Square, and was funded by The Annie E. Casey Foundation.

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