HISTORIC GEMS & TIMELESS JEWELS These spots define our neighborhood character CHIEF SEATTLE BUST AND FOUNTAIN
Completed in 1909, this sculpture commemorates the Suquamish and Duwamish chief
KING STREET STATION
110 plus year old functional train station featuring a Venice inspired clock tower
MEMORIAL TO FALLEN FIREFIGHTERS
Bronze sculpture group inspired by fire fighters at the Chinatown-International District’s Mary Pang warehouse
PIONEER SQUARE PERGOLA
Wrought Iron and glass Victorian structure dating back to 1909, once destroyed and rebuilt in 2001 a car crash.
SIDEWALK PRISM GLASS
Purple sidewalk markers initially installed to illuminate the “underground” after the 1889 Great Seattle Fire
SMITH TOWER OBSERVATORY BAR
35th-floor lounge in a 1914 skyscraper offering cocktails & small plates amid speakeasy-chic decor.
Now defunct, architecturally-striking railroad station from 1911, featuring design grandeur which is open to the public.
UPS WATERFALL GARDEN PARK
Secluded park with a 22-ft. artificial waterfall & a monument to Unite Parcel Service workers.
These spots define Pioneer Square's character.