Ye Olde Curiosity Shop
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Ye Olde Curiosity Shop information
This landmark shop on Pier 54 has been around since 1899 – ancient history by Seattle standards. Half the stuff they display, such as Chief Seattle’s hat, a variety of stalagmites and ‘tites, and some pretty cool fortune-telling machines, isn't for sale.
The funniest souvenir you can actually buy is a Mt St Helens ‘snow globe’ – instead of snow, it has little gray particles meant to look like ash from the volcano’s eruption.