Seattle Pioneer Square
Seattle Pioneer Square Photos
We've selected the best candid Seattle Pioneer Square photos to help you make the most of your next trip. These Seattle Pioneer Square photo galleries feature Viator travelers on recent tours, as well as photos submitted by Viator.com members.
No longer in use, but Seattle’s green and yellow waterfront streetcars used to run from this spot. The streetcars were powered by electricity. They were built in Australia for the Melborne and Metropolitan Tramways Board between 1925 and 1930.
Maple trees, benches, and a modern pergola, provide shade and shelter besides fashionable shops and eateries. It includes numerous totem poles, sidewalk cafes and local businesses.
This busy square overflows with business people, pigeons, tourists, shoppers, and wanderers, most of whom coexist surprisingly well.
Be transported to a bygone era with an old time costumed photo. Bring your family and friends along for the ride and capture the moment at Klondike Penny's; located in the heart of the historic Pioneer Square District of downtown Seattle. Experience the mystery that surrounds this site!
Agate Design – just one of the many art and design shops within Pioneer Square