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The old saying goes that ‘big things have small beginnings.’ The area that would eventually become the Pike Place Market began as a quaint little area called the Lots. Records show that the Lots was actually just a three-block area where Seattle’s farmers met to sell their meat and produce. As time progressed, the Lots accrued more and more patrons. Despite this newfound success, many of the farmers who actually sold their goods received very little payment for their efforts. When patrons learned why the farmers weren’t being properly compensated, it became clear that something had to be done.
In 1896, Seattleite Thomas P. Revelle stepped up to the plate; this lawyer, newspaper editor, and city council member pulled out all the stops to aid the farmers of the Lots. Revelle didn’t rest until the Lots was recognized as a public market. The end result was the Pike Place Market; here, farmers could sell their wares without losing a dime. Pike Place Market would go on to play a crucial role during the Great Depression, the Second World War, and the Stock Market Crash of 2008. Through good times and bad, Pike Place Market has remained an integral part of Seattle’s culture.
The Pike Place Fish Market has a trove of fun, fascinating, and unique things to do. Food is a pivotal part of the Pike Place Market’s culture. Visitors can buy succulent fish at the Pike Place Fish Market and grab a cup of coffee at one of the local cafes. Guests are also encouraged to visit Rachel, a bronze pig statue that serves as Pike Place’s mascot. Every few years, the citizens of Seattle put on the Pigs on Parade fundraising event. As one might expect, Rachel acts as the centerpiece of these events. The Pike Place Market is also famous for its many Buskers, or Street Performers. While visiting Pike Place Market, Bounce recommends that guests explore and enjoy.
Order up a pound of fish at the Pike Place Fish Market
Visit Rachel’s statue near the Public Market Center sign
Watch some of Pike Place’s Street Performers work their magic
Pick up some Italian food at the Pink Door restaurant
Feast like royalty at the Maximilien French bistro
Stop by the Athenian Inn, one of the oldest bars in the area
Stock up on herbs at Tenzing Momo
Experience amazing live performances at the Moore Theatre
Cool off at the Seattle Aquarium
Walk, run, or lounge around at the Waterfront Park
● Buses: 101, 550, 62, 70 Routes
● Train: Sounder Lakewood - Seattle
● Taxi Cabs
Pike Place Market is a very old school, old-timey place. Because of this, not many people live in Pike Place year-round; only about 500 citizens live in Pike Place Market as full time residents, and about 90% of them are seniors. However, the area becomes much more festive during certain times of year. Thousands of visitors stop by during the summer and participate in events like Pigs on Parade. Lots of people, plus limited amounts of personal space, equals a bad place to bring too much luggage. Bounce can help travelers lighten their load and enjoy their time in Pike Place Market.
Bounce is a luggage storage service that operates Monday through Sunday, from sunup to sundown. Our luggage storage stations are located all over the globe; in fact, most of our luggage storage stations are near popular venues like the Pike Place Market. Travelers can easily store their things in our luggage storage stations for just $5.90 a day. To learn more about us and how Bounce can make traveling a breeze, download the app, and get started.
Luggage Storage Near Chihuly Garden and Glass
Dale Chihuly is one of the most renowned glass sculptors in the world, let alone Seattle. Chihuly’s work has a distinct aesthetic; his sculptures are typically very vibrant and complex art pieces. Chihuly’s creations also heavily borrow inspiration from the ocean. Many of his sculptures resemble coral reefs, seashells, and other objects from the sea. One truly has to see Mr. Chihuly’s art in person to appreciate it. We highly recommend visiting the Garden early on in the day as the Garden gets very full very quickly. Those large crowds are also why guests will want to store their things with Bounce before visiting.
Luggage Storage Near Frye Art Museum
The Frye Art Museum is a must-visit locale for art enthusiasts. This venue was founded by Charles and Emma Frye decades ago. However, the Frye’s collection didn’t become open to the public until 1952. Since then, the museum has only become increasingly popular with every passing year. This inspiring art museum is a must-do, even if you are not an art aficionado. Guests can see which exhibits are on display by visiting the Frye Museum’s website. There, guests can also sign up for virtual tours of the facility. This museum enforces a very specific set of rules regarding luggage. Travelers should use Bounce to store their things to avoid any headaches.
Luggage Storage Near Olympic Sculpture Park
The Olympic Sculpture Park is one of Seattle’s most visually exciting venues. Dozens upon dozens of sculptures and statues decorate the area. Olympic Sculpture Park has been featured in countless movies and TV-shows. This area is extremely popular with tourists and local citizens alike. The Park is generally open every day of the week, including weekends. Visitors are more than welcome to snap photos of the various sculptures that they find. Guests should Bounce their baggage away before head over, as luggage storage options are very limited at the park.
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The price for luggage storage near Pike Place Market is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Pike Place Market.
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Pike Place Market area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Pike Place Market and in the broader Seattle area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.