Post Alley

Separates the Corner Market (1912) and Triangle Market (1908) buildings. At its northwest corner, the Soames-Dunn Building combines two historic structures, the Soames Paper Company and the Dunn Seed Building, into a renovated home for scores of restaurants and shops.

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Post Alley

Nearby tourist attractions

Pike Place Market
Pike Place Market
Fun, feisty and infinitely appealing,
2:00
Seattle Art Museum
Seattle Art Museum
The extensive permanent holdings include
2:00
Seattle IMAX Dome Theater
Seattle IMAX Dome Theater
Featuring a domed overhead screen, six
Seattle Aquarium
Seattle Aquarium
Home to some 380 species of fish, birds,
1:30
Benaroya Hall
Benaroya Hall
Occupying an entire block in the middle
Seattle Architectural Foundation Gallery
Seattle Architectural Foundation Gallery
The spaces that residents used for work
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Pike Place Market
Pike Place Market
Fun, feisty and infinitely appealing,
2:00
Seattle IMAX Dome Theater
Seattle IMAX Dome Theater
Featuring a domed overhead screen, six
Benaroya Hall
Benaroya Hall
Occupying an entire block in the middle
See all