Pioneer Square, Seattle Places

Part of our Seattle travel guide; our list of the best things to see in Pioneer Square, including CenturyLink Field, Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park - Seattle Unit and Smith Tower Observation Deck.
  • The best place in Pioneer Square Seattle: CenturyLink Field

    CenturyLink Field

    800 Occidental Ave S
    Home to Seattle's beloved Seahawks and Sounders, CenturyLink Field (renamed from Qwest Field in June 2011, though the rebranding is not yet complete) is an impresive open air sports arena with great views beyond the goal posts.
    Downtown food nearby
  • Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park - Seattle Unit

    Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park - Seattle Unit

    319 2nd Ave S
    Daily 9AM-5PM except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day. Free. A key attraction in the Pioneer Square area. It is the Seattle branch of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, the remainder of which is in Alaska. Highlights the city's key role as the "Gateway to the Gold Fields" in supplying most of the Klondike stampeders of 1897 - 1898. National Park Service Rangers and volunteers staff the Seattle unit. They can provide information and perspective not only on the Gold Rush but also on Seattle's past and present. The Seattle unit contains many artifacts and historical photographs related to the Gold Rush. Movies about the Gold Rush (27 minutes), Seattle (15 minutes) and the Chilkoot Pass (15 minutes) are shown upon request except in summer when they're shown on a regular schedule. Rangers conduct free walking tours of the Pioneer Square area in the summer. They also demonstrate gold panning for school groups.
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Smith Tower Observation Deck

    Smith Tower Observation Deck

    506 2nd AveSte 1021
    50 adults, $6 students and seniors, $5 children. Built in 1914, the Smith Tower was Seattle's first skyscraper and is probably the only tall building left in Seattle where uniformed attendants operate the elevators. Instead of stepping into a metal box with no view, you'll observe the different floors and peer into offices as you ascend or descend. How many people under the age of, say, 20 or so have ever had that experience? An outdoor observation deck on the 35th floor wraps completely around the four sides of the tower, providing panoramic views of the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges, including Mt. Rainier, as well as of Elliott Bay, downtown Seattle, and Pioneer Square. The interior of the 35th floor contains the Chinese Room, with an ornate carved ceiling and a number of decorative flourishes imported from China in the early 20th century.
    Downtown restaurants nearby
  • Seattle Sounders FC

    Seattle Sounders FC

    800 Occidental Ave S
    The Official Facebook Page of the Seattle Sounders Football Club.
    Downtown food nearby
  • Grand Central Bakery

    Grand Central Bakery

    214 1st Ave S
    M-F 7AM-5PM, Sa 8AM-4PM, Su closed. One of the best sources for artisan bread in Seattle, this place offers an excellent lunch, cafeteria style (but stylish!).
    Downtown
  • Bill Speidel's Underground Tour

    Bill Speidel's Underground Tour

    608 1st Ave
    Hourly, hours depending on season. $16.00 adults, $15.00 military with ID, $13.00 seniors and students, $8.00 children under 12. The underground tour covers the area around Pioneer Square, and visits sites both above and below ground. On June 6, 1889, a great fire burned down most of downtown Seattle. City engineers rebuilt the city several feet above the high tide line to prevent flooding, giving rise to a complex underground tunnel system which housed the old downtown. Tours are insightful and humourous.
    Downtown restaurants nearby
  • Palomino

    Palomino

    345 Spear Street
    A nice, classy bar where you can get delicious food, such as thin-crust pizza or calamari.
    Downtown
  • Tat's Delicatessen

    Tat's Delicatessen

    159 Yesler Way
    159 YESLER WAY Seattle, WA 98104 WWW.TATSDELI.COM check out the live line cam!! Mon - Fri 8am - 6pm Sat 11am - 6pm Sunday Seahawk and Sounders Home Gamedays!
    Downtown
  • Trabant Coffee & Chai

    Trabant Coffee & Chai

    602 2nd Ave
    Independently owned, the shop also doubles as an art space. This is true Seattle coffee shop with modern design, great espresso and Clover coffee brewer, and competition-level baristas. Want to learn more about coffee? These people love answering questions! You may even stumble into an impromptu tasting!
    Downtown
  • Pioneer Square

    Pioneer Square

    3rd Avenue and James Street Seattle, Washington
    The Pioneer Square Station is a Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel station located in Pioneer Square, served by Sound Transit Central Link light rail trains, Sound Transit buses and King County Metro buses. It is completely underground, with entrances in the former Public Safety and Lyon buildings and next to Prefontaine Place on 3rd Avenue. 3,300 daily Link light rail boardings are predicted for the year 2020.
    Downtown food nearby
  • King Street Station

    King Street Station

    303 S Jackson St
    King Street Station is a train station in Seattle, Washington. Located between South King and South Jackson streets and Second and Fourth Avenue South in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle, the station is just south of downtown. Built from 1904 to 1906, It served the Great Northern Railway and Northern Pacific Railway from its grand opening on May 10, 1906, until the creation of Amtrak in 1971. The station was designed by the St. Paul, Minnesota architectural firm of Charles A. Reed and Allen H. Stem, who were later associate designers for the New York Central Railroad's Grand Central Terminal in New York City. King Street Station was Seattle's primary train terminal until the construction of the adjacent Oregon & Washington Depot, later named Union Station, in 1911. King Street Station was added to the National Register of Historic Places and the Washington Heritage Register in 1973.
    Downtown
  • The New Orleans

    114 1st Ave S
    Lunch M-F 11AM-3PM, Dinner M-Sa 3PM-close. Great gumbo and jambalaya, but the real winner is the fried oyster po-boy sandwich. Great lunch spot on the cheap.
    Downtown
  • Zeitgeist

    2nd Ave Extension and Jackson St
    Elegant and arty.
    Downtown
  • Last Supper Club

    Last Supper Club

    124 S Washington St
    One of the most popular nightclubs in Seattle. The sexual and erotic atmosphere is ideal for singles. The DJ's usally spin hip-hop on Friday nights, and dance/techno on Saturday nights.
    Downtown
  • Salumi Artisan Cured Meats

    Salumi Artisan Cured Meats

    309 3rd Ave S
    This is the place to eat lunch in Pioneer Square. There is often a line that can take over an hour to get through. Salami sandwiches on artisan bread... can't beat it.
    Downtown
  • C and P Coffee Company

    C and P Coffee Company

    +1 206 933-3125
    Offers awesome coffee from Lighthouse Roasters, free wireless access and live music.
    Downtown
  • Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

    Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

    319 2nd Ave S
    Coordinates: 64°3′25″N 139°26′10″W / 64.05694°N 139.43611°W / 64.05694; -139.43611
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Il Terrazzo Carmine

    Il Terrazzo Carmine

    411 1st Ave S
    Il Terrazzo Carmine, owned and operated by Carmine Smeraldo for over 28 years, is one of Seattle's true dining anomalies - a highly successful restaurant with unfailingly high standards and a loyal, sophisticated clientele. www.ilterrazzocarmine.com
    Downtown
  • Grand Central Bakery

    Grand Central Bakery

    214 1st Ave S
    A Portland and Seattle favorite, Grand Central is a locally owned artisan bakery. Visit our neighborhood bakery/cafes to experience first hand our incredible artisan bread, buttery pastries, tasty hand made soups and delicious sandwiches.
    Downtown
  • Delicatus "A Seattle Delicatessen"

    Delicatus "A Seattle Delicatessen"

    103 1st Ave S.
    Delicatus - A Seattle Delicatessen is an authentic delicatessen built on the traditional principles of European immigrants while incorporating the vast diversity of resources unique to the Pacific Northwest.
    Downtown
  • Cherry Street Coffee House

    Cherry Street Coffee House

    103 Cherry St
    twitter.com/cherrystreet
    Downtown
  • Bakeman's

    Bakeman's

    122 Cherry St
    Bakeman's offers excellent and afforadble catering services for your wedding, party, lunch, or any special occasion.
    Downtown
  • Il Corvo Pasta, all handmade by Chef Mike Easton
    Downtown
  • Calozzi's Famous Cheesesteaks

    Calozzi's Famous Cheesesteaks

    1306 4th Ave
    We have the best cheesesteaks in Seattle!
    Downtown
  • F.X. McRory's

    F.X. McRory's

    419 Occidental Ave S
    Welcome to the official Facebook page for F.X. McRory's! A Seattle classic, born in 1977, in the heart of Pioneer Square and a punt or a hit away from Qwest and Safeco Fields. Elegant while casual, it’s a favorite of Seattle’s sports fans.
    Downtown
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