Free Attractions & Museums
Pike Place Market
- Established in 1907, Pike Place Market is one of the oldest continuously-operated farmers market
in the U.S. Enjoy samples of local foods from vendors and be entertained by street musicians.
Entrance to the market is free, street performers gladly accept donations.
Glass Art Displays
Various locations throughout downtown Seattle have displays of glass art for viewing.
Some places to see these exhibits include: the U.S. Bank Building at 5th & Pike,
The Sheraton Hotel at 6th & Pike, Benaroya Hall at 3rd & University and various galleries.
University of Washington Campus Tours
You don't have to be a student to take this free tour of the UW campus.
The 90-minute walking tour allows visitors a glimpse of Red Square with its gothic style buildings,
Drumheller Fountain, Husky Stadium and other notable sights.
Spring is an especially beautiful time to visit when the cherry trees on campus are in bloom.
Fremont Sunday Market
Host to more than 100 vendors from around the region who bring fresh flowers and produce,
crafts and world imports Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the winter and 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the summer, rain or shine.
Browse the flea market in search of the rare or funky or eat in one or the neighborhood bistros.
Seattle Mariners' Safeco Field
Visit the home of the Seattle Mariners. Tour includes areas of the ballpark that
are not normally open to the public: press box, luxury suites, field, dugout and visitor's clubhouse.
Seattle Seahawks' Qwest Field
Visit the home of the Seattle Seahawks.
Tour allows fans to experience Qwest Field like never before by sitting in a luxury suite,
suiting up in the visitor's locker room, and eventually setting foot right on the same next-generation playing surface as Seahawks players.
Enjoy samples of local foods from vendors and be entertained by street musicians at Pike Place Market