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Food and Cultural Walking Tour of Pike Place Market

From US$49.80
Highlights
  • Learn about Seattle through its food culture on a Pike Place Market Tour
  • Come hungry or skip lunch; the 16 tastings add up to a light meal
  • Guide provides in-depth commentary on Seattle's culinary history
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Food and Cultural Walking Tour of Pike Place Market
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9:30am Food & Cultural Tour
Pike Place Market - Food and Cultural Walking Tour departs at 9:30am. Please arrive 15 minutes before.
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10am Food & Cultural Tour
Pike Place Market - Food and Cultural Walking Tour departs at 10am. Please arrive 15 minutes before.
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10:30am Food & Cultural Tour
Pike Place Market - Food and Cultural Walking Tour departs at 10:30am. Please arrive 15 minutes before.
From US$49.80
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Overview

Get an insider's look at Seattle's food and culture on a walking tour of Pike Place Market. As you walk, listen to commentary from your food-loving guide and fill up on 16 different food and drink tastings, from pastries to produce and coffee to crab cakes. A discount card for the locations visited on your tour is good for one week after your visit.

What to Expect

Whether you’ve chosen a morning or afternoon tour time, meet your guide and group at the Market Theater, near Seattle's famous gum wall, at least 15 minutes before your scheduled tour.

Set off for the Pike Place Market, the epicenter of Seattle's rich food culture. Follow your food-loving guide to the best stalls in the market, where they'll introduce you to winemakers, famers, butchers, bakers, and craft makers of all types.

Hear about the history of Seattle's culinary scene and learn about its bounty of products. Along the way, you'll get to taste 16 different samples of local foods, including clam chowder, fresh produce, artisan cheeses, and fresh donuts. The amount of food tasted on the tour is equivalent to a light lunch.

Walk away with an in-depth understanding of Seattle's food culture and a repeat visitor card, good for 10 percent off purchases at tasting locations.

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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Great tour, even for locals

Our family decided to take a day to explore Pike Place. This was a fun way to learn some history about the area and enjoy some great food. Our guide, Kat, was wonderful. She was knowledgeable and enthusiastic. It was a great way to spend...More

Thank Ksummersett
Reviewed 1 week ago
Excellent food tour of Pike Place Market

I took this tour a number of years ago and it didn't disappoint this time either. In fact it was the food tour that inspired me to take other food tours around the country when I visit other cities. Matt is a true renaissance man...More

Thank Trevor P
Reviewed 1 week ago
Tons of Tastings with a Terrific Guide

This is by far the best food tour I have been on. I loved it so much, I've done it twice! The food is always delicious and selected from a variety of different food stands throughout Pike's market and the tour guides always come prepared...More

Thank jennimaries
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fun and tasty experience!

I toured the Market with Katya on Friday morning, Apr 6. Her delightful energy and fountains of information made the tour interesting, informative and engaging. The bites we tasted were delectable and I returned to several of the vendors over the course of my visit...More

Thank Jenni T
Reviewed 1 week ago
Yum!

I went on the Food and Cultural Walking Tour of Pike Place Market with a friend. Our tour guides were Heather and Ben, and they were both very personable and entertaining. They made you feel connected to the Seattle community right away through their own...More

Thank Katie B
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David R
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Response from Kelly E | Reviewed this property |
Others are correct on timing (2-2.5) but it may also depend on the exact tour you choose and how many people in your group. Two were no-shows and we moved through it fairly quickly. Give yourself wiggle room.
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