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WELCOME

WHERE IS PIONEER SQUARE? Glad you asked. Pioneer Square is located just south of downtown and is the heart and soul of Seattle’s Historic District. You’ll find it surrounded by: • Retail core to the north • Chinatown-International District to the east • Stadium District and SODO to the south • Central Waterfront to the west

If you’re the explorer type, you’re in luck. Pioneer Square is centrally located to more modes of public transit than anywhere else in the city. A ferry, water taxi, streetcar, train, or bus is never more than a few steps away. If you’re biking, take advantage of the protected bike lane on Second Avenue that traverses downtown. If you’re headed to or from Sea-Tac International Airport, you can just jump on the Sound Transit Link Light Rail. Quick and easy. And if you’re driving, it’s easily accessible from Interstate 5 and 90, as well as Highway 99. See the Getting Here section in this guide for more transportation options.


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DOWNTOWN SEATTLE

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HISTORIC DOWNTOWN

TAKE A WALK BACK 160 YEARS INTO THE PAST Okay, so Seattle is known for its rain. There, we said it. But imagine what it was like in 1852. For the original residents of Seattle, it was bitterly cold. After a winter spent at Alki Beach, they’d had enough. They moved across the water and settled Pioneer Square with the same entrepreneurial spirit that still lives on today. Arthur Denny, “Doc” Maynard, and Henry Yesler, who owned the lumber mill at the end of Skid Road, set to work building the future of Seattle. In the summer of 1889, the Great Seattle Fire burned about 30 city blocks, including much of the business district, devastating Pioneer Square. Yet the 31,000 residents of Seattle remained undaunted by this disaster and brought their city back from the ashes, elevating downtown by 22 feet - one full story. They rebuilt their lives and replaced their destroyed city with stately Richardsonian Romanesque buildings. As you stroll through the neighborhood, pay special attention to the architecture of the buildings. And if you’d like to get a glimpse of the ruins that the city was built on, check out the tour options that take you below the sidewalks.

These stories and more are a part Seattle’s rich history and the Pioneer Square experience. Let the Trail to Treasure wayside panels lead you down the path – take a free drop-in summer tour or find the wayside locations under History, Tours & Attractions in this guide. Visit trail2treasure.org


NEIGHBORHOOD HIGHLIGHTS

THE ADVENTURER IN YOU IS SAYING “LETS DO THIS” PIONEER PARK Pioneer Place Park is fronted by the Pioneer Building, the first of three legacy buildings established by lumber baron, Henry Yesler. Designed by Elmer Fisher, a prominent architect who eventually became known for designing more than 50 buildings in Pioneer Square after the Great Fire of 1889, the Pioneer Building was voted the “finest building west of Chicago” by the American Institute of Architects in 1892. More than 50 buildings were rebuilt in the same Richardsonian Romanesque architectural style. “What’s the story with the Totem Pole?” Well, the original was stolen in 1889 from a Tlingit Native American village by a group of local businessmen after a tour of Alaska. When a vandal burned down the original pole in 1938, the city paid Tlingit craftsmen to carve the replica you see today. “And the Pergola?” It was originally built in 1909 over underground restrooms and served as a cable car stop.

SMITH TOWER Smith Tower is pretty easy to spot–just look up. See the building shaped like a pencil? Yep, that’s it. Opened in July of 1914, it was Seattle’s first skyscraper. At 42 stories, it remained the tallest building west of Chicago for nearly 50 years. Built by Cornelius Smith, a gun and typewriter tycoon, his initials still adorn the door handles today. What’s more, its brass elevators are still run by uniformed operators ready to take you up 522 feet, nearly to the top of the building. A dome made of cut glass and copper sits on the very top, lighting the sky every night. Watch for the reopening of the Smith Tower Observation Deck in 2016.


FALLEN FIREFIGHTERS’ MEMORIAL You’ll find this dramatic monument of four, life-size bronze firefighters in Occidental Park. It was inspired by the men who died fighting the 1995 warehouse fire in the ChinatownInternational District. It also pays tribute to over 40 firefighters who have lost their lives since the department opened in 1889.

KING STREET STATION Created in 1906, this architectural beauty helped put Seattle on the map serving as a gateway to millions of travelers coming into the city from the Pacific Northwest region. The station spurred economic growth and helped establish Seattle as a major metropolitan city. In June 2013, the building was meticulously restored to highlight its historic craftsmanship. Look for the impressive 242 ft. clock tower. It was modeled after the grand Campanile di San Marco in Venice, Italy. Be sure to check out the stunning waiting room that serves as a beautiful gateway to the city.

WATERFALL GARDEN PARK “Is that the sound of a waterfall? In the city?” Yep. Waterfall Garden Park is the perfect place to relax and listen to the thundering waterfall on the rocks with the bustling city just outside the gates. This secluded, enchanting park is an oasis for weary sightseers, shoppers and locals alike. Privately built and maintained by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the park marks the site of the original United Parcel Service office.


OCCIDENTAL PARK

THE HEART OF PIONEER SQUARE

Long before the homesteaders arrived here in 1852, the site of Occidental Square Park was a Duwamish village and part of the tidal Duwamish Island, very likely an island only at high tide. A stream, now buried under city streets, provided freshwater and emptied into a nearby lagoon. Fast forward to the 1970s when the city converted what had become a city street into a pedestrian mall and park. Fast forward again to today where you’ll find the park brimming with activity. Ping pong, games, live music, events, food, and more. Go ahead. Try something new! Want more suggestions about things to do in the area? Check in with the Downtown Seattle Association concierge in the information booth or visit online at www.downtownseattleparks.com.


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ARTS + CULTURE

LOOKING FOR A LITTLE INSPIRATION?

FIRST THURSDAY ART WALK If it’s the First Thursday of the month, then you my friend are in the right place. Pioneer Square was the first Art Walk in the USA. It all started in 1981 with a group of Pioneer Square art dealers. They printed walking maps, painted footprints on the sidewalks outside of their galleries and decided that the first Thursday of every month would be the First Thursday Art Walk. Soon, it evolved into a beloved fixture on the local arts calendar and taking place each month from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm where leading art galleries open their doors to introduce their new exhibitions and artists to the people.


PUBLIC ART IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD For 40 years Seattle’s public art program has been considered exemplary. The program integrates the artwork of local artists into a variety of public settings that you can see as you walk around the city. All of this has gained Seattle a welldeserved reputation as a cultural center for innovation and creativity. The collection includes more than 400 permanent sites and nearly 3,000 portable works of art. Have you spotted any in Pioneer Square? From the historic Native American Totem Poles in Occidental and Pioneer Square parks to the bright red “Sentinels” on guard outside the new Fire Station 10, this neighborhood alone boasts of over a dozen sites. For more information visit www.seattle.gov/arts/programs/public-art.

ARCHITECTURE Seattle’s first downtown area is home to the oldest architecture in the city. After the Great Fire of 1889, most buildings were left in ashes and in need of an immediate rebuild with more sustainable materials like brick and stone. The most dominant style preserved in the historic districts of Puget Sound cities is Richardsonian-Romanesque with a few Gothic Revival, Italianate, and Renaissance Revival buildings. These buildings hold strong presence and weight in appearance, and give the structural tone of order, organization, and purpose. Architect, Elmer H. Fisher is credited for bringing this style to Pioneer Square. See if you spot a building that reflects this style.


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King County Metro and Sound Transit buses,as well as Sound Transit Link Light Rail,service this stop in the underground Downtown Transit Tunnel Station.

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Water Taxi Pier 50

CHINATOWN-ID STATION King County Metro and Sound Transit buses,as well as Sound Transit Link Light Rail,service this stop in the underground Downtown Transit Tunnel Station.

KING STREET STATION Both Amtrak and Sounder commuter trains service this historic rail station. The renovated grand waiting room is worth a visit!

WASHINGTON STATE FERRIES AND WATER TAXI Washington State Ferries from Bainbridge Island and Bremerton dock at Coleman Dock, Pier 52. The King County Water Taxi from West Seattle and Vashon Island docks at Pier 50.

FIRST HILL STREETCAR Pioneer Square, Chinatown-International District and Capitol Hill are connected via the First Hill Streetcar,bringing you directly to the Pioneer Square Stationon S Jackson St between 1st Ave S and Occidental Ave S.

PARKING Check out mobile-friendly DowntownSeattleParking.comfor parking locations throughout the neighborhood with rates the same or less than on-street parking.

BIKE SHARE Seattle’s new cycle sharing system has 500 bikes and 54 stations located throughout the city. Visit prontocycleshare.com for more information.

BUSES (not shown) King County Metro and Sound Transit service a broadnetwork of bus stops above ground, too. Contact MetroRider Information at 206-553-3000 (metro.kingcounty.gov) or Sound Transit at 888-889-6368 (soundtransit.org).


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