There are many great food choices within the Market District. This itinerary highlights a few that have a little “extra” to captivate children and parents alike.
Pike Place Market is open all year, but do keep in mind that, with the exception of summer, it can be rainy. Umbrellas are a good idea.
Early morning is great to beat the crowds.
Fun all year, but spring and summer months are best, as there is a wider variety of produce and flowers on display.
Buy local fresh produce and other treats from the vendors to create a delicious and inexpensive lunch.
Visiting Pike Place Market is one of the best things for kids to do in Seattle. Children can watch fish “fly” at the fish market, taste yummy samples at the produce markets and more. Home to the original Starbucks and a host of other wonderful establishments, Pike Place Market a fun day out for both parents and kids alike. You’ll see and taste delicious local fare, meet interesting people and get a taste for what makes Seattle the special place it is. Bonus: You’ll be able to create a delicious and inexpensive lunch.