Originally open in 1907, Pike Place Market is now one of the nation’s oldest public farmers’ markets and thus a prime spot for strolling, shopping and eating. Hundreds of stalls, fresh produce and a prime location make it one of Seattle‘s best all-around attractions. Here is a quick list of things you should definitely try to do here during your Seattle trip:
Try something new. You don’t even have to buy if you don’t want to—just keep an open mind and accept some of the free samples that are offered to you. Homemade and local goodies are everywhere.
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