Pike Place Market is a popular public market located in Seattle, Washington, USA. It was established in 1907 and has been in operation ever since, making it one of the oldest continuously operated public markets in the United States.
The market is famous for its fresh produce, seafood, flowers, and artisanal products. It is also home to a variety of small shops, restaurants, and vendors selling handmade crafts, jewelry, and souvenirs.
One of the most popular attractions at Pike Place Market is the fishmongers at the Pike Place Fish Market who famously throw fish to one another to fulfill orders. The market also has its own resident pig named Rachel, who is known for her daily appearances and taking photos with visitors.
Pike Place Market has become an iconic destination for locals and tourists alike, offering a unique and vibrant atmosphere that captures the spirit of Seattle.