Immerse yourself within the colorful ever-changing soul of Seattle, Pike Place Market. The oldest running farmer’s market in the country is rich with history and it’s brimming with delicious food and vibrant characters. Join us for an hour long cornucopia of everything that is and was the Market we have all come to love. Expect a samples, vendor interaction, history, and a great guide to lead you to the Market’s hidden secrets. Space is limited. Registration is required. Highlights: Samples History and Anecdotes The oldest Starbucks Rachel the Pig Mostly under cover and out of the Rain Pike Place Fish Company (The famous fish throwers) The infamous Gum Wall Post Alley When: Daily Rain or Shine* (most of the tour takes place indoors or under cover)! Cost: Pay What You Feel! Our guides work hard to make sure you feel it’s worth every penny. Where it Starts: Victor Stienbruek Park (2001 Western Ave), between the two totem poles - located at the North entrance to Pike Place Market. Reservations are on the honor system. By registering you have reserved your place on a limited capacity tour. You are making an honest commitment to attend. *Tours do not operate in dangerous or severe weather. Tours may also be canceled in rare emergency situations. Check the tour calendar for updated information.