Experience Pioneer Square

Adjacent to CenturyLink Field and T-Mobile Park, Seattle’s original neighborhood houses hip eateries, galleries, and coworking spaces.

First Thursday Art Walk + FREE Parking

First Thursday Art Walk + FREE Parking

Join Seattle’s Original First Thursday Art Walk in Pioneer Square. Here you’ll find the largest concentration of art galleries in the city. The art walk is free & self-guided, every month from 6 pm to 8 pm and offers free parking from 5:00pm-10:00pm.

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March To The Match

March To The Match

Join the pre-game rituals for the Sounders FC in Occidental Square Park with March to the Match.

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Trail To Treasure

Trail To Treasure

Take a Free Guided Walking Tour of the Trail to Treasure! Learn how Yesler’s Way became “Skid Row” and explore Seattle’s early history, in the neighborhood where it all began: Pioneer Square.

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Occidental Square Park

Occidental Square Park

As a distinct park that often is described as having a European feel to it, the brick-paved, tree-lined Occidental Square Park hosts public art, activities, games and ongoing events as a central spot within Pioneer Square.

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Pioneer Park

Pioneer Park

Experience Seattle’s early history in Pioneer Square Park. A Tlingit totem pole, the famous iron pergola, historic street lamps, and bust of Chief Seattle give this tiny park its unique character.

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Waterfall Garden Park

Waterfall Garden Park

This secluded urban oasis features a 22-foot waterfall tucked behind Occidental Square Park. With tables and seating, it’s the perfect spot to eat lunch, read a book or just relax in small and quiet sanctuary of this “secret” little park.

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City Hall Park

City Hall Park

Bordering on the south side of the King County Public Safety Building, this former battlefield is now a small walking and sitting space filled with grass, trees, benches, small tables, and chairs.

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Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

Gold! Gold! Gold! Gold! So read the headlines of a Seattle newspaper on July 17, 1897, igniting dreams of easy riches in the minds of thousands as word of a rich gold strike in remote northwestern Canada spread by telegraph across the globe.

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King Street Station

King Street Station

King Street Station is an architectural beauty that was recently renovated to its original glory of 1906. As an important part of Seattle’s history, it has served as a gateway for millions of travelers coming into Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.

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Last Resort Fire Department

Last Resort Fire Department

Exquisitely restored fire trucks and other fire apparatuses showcase the history of the Seattle Fire Department. Both kids and adults will enjoy the largest collection of antique motorized fire apparatus in the Pacific Northwest in this free museum.

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Event & Meeting Spaces, Catering & Private Dining

Event & Meeting Spaces, Catering & Private Dining

Looking for a unique venue to host your next event? Pioneer Square is known for its unique buildings with deep history and modern day amenities. Make your event a #hashtag worthy affair and check out your options.

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