Pioneer Place

This brick-paved triangle holds two neighborhood landmarks: the wrought-iron Pergola erected in 1909 to shield streetcar and cable-car passengers from the weather, and a Tlingit totem pole commissioned in the late 1930s to replace an earlier one destroyed by an arsonist. Fronting the square is the much photographed Pioneer Building (610 1st Ave).

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1st Ave. S

Nearby tourist attractions

Pioneer Square
Pioneer Square
Site of Seattle's first permanent
60 minutes
Smith Tower
Smith Tower
Lyman C. Smith, the Smith-Corona
Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
Seattleites first heard of the Klondike
30 minutes
Seattle Art Museum
Seattle Art Museum
The extensive permanent holdings include
120 minutes
Benaroya Hall
Benaroya Hall
Occupying an entire block in the middle
Post Alley
Post Alley
Separates the Corner Market (1912) and
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Pioneer Square
Pioneer Square
Site of Seattle's first permanent
60 minutes
Smith Tower
Smith Tower
Lyman C. Smith, the Smith-Corona
Benaroya Hall
Benaroya Hall
Occupying an entire block in the middle
See all