Pioneer Square

Pioneer Square is Seattle’s very first neighborhood.  Situated between downtown and the stadiums, the International District and the waterfront, Pioneer Square enjoys a central location, and is easily accessible by foot, bus, trolley, car, commuter rail, train, or ferry. Landmark destinations abound in the twenty blocks that comprise Pioneer Square, including these notable places:

Pioneer Square Park and Pergola
Smith Tower
Waterfall Garden
Grand Central Arcade
Occidental Park
Fallen Firefighter's Memorial
Klondike Gold Rush National Park
Waterfront Streetcar
King Street Center/Union Station
Triangle Building
Pioneer Square Antique Mall

The district also boasts numerous shops, galleries, restaurants and clubs.

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