Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour
Seattle’s famous ‘underground’ tour, which takes you through the tunnels and sidewalks hidden beneath the streets of Pioneer Square,...
Built in 1891, this magnificent structure facing Pioneer Square Park is one of the finest Victorian buildings in Seattle and showcases...
TV-filled sports bar that is the favored meet-up for Seattle Sounders 'Emerald City Supporters' soccer fans on match days. Tuck your...
New Orleans Creole Restaurant
Enjoy some live Dixieland jazz with your homemade gumbo or jambalaya in one of the coolest spaces in Pioneer Square. This bourbon-heavy...
Lonely Planet review
A mere dwarf amid Seattle's impressive modern stash of skyscrapers, the 42-storey neoclassical Smith Tower was, for half a century after its construction in 1914, the tallest building west of Chicago. The beaux arts-inspired lobby is onyx- and marble-paneled while the brass-and-copper elevator is still manually operated by a uniformed attendant. The public can access the 35th-floor Chinese Room decorated with a hand-carved ceiling and similarly sculpted Chinese furniture.