- Hours: Pioneer Square is an urban area that is always "open"
- Reservations: May be required for some attractions
- Cost: Free, but some attractions charge admission
- Location: Southern downtown Seattle
- How Long: Depends on planned activities
- Best Time to Visit:
- Underground Tour: A humorous, historic tour beneath the sidewalks takes you back to Old Seattle
- Klondike Gold Rush Historic Park: Commemorating those who came to Seattle on their way to the gold fields.
- Smith Tower: the tallest building west of the Mississippi when it was completed in 1914, and still one of the best places in the city to get a good view.
- Seattle Police Museum: The largest police museum in the Unites States.
Pick up a copy of "Pioneer Square Journey" at the kiosk on Occidental, between Main Street and Jackson, or at The Pioneer Square Community Association in the Smith Tower.
Getting to Pioneer SquarePioneer Square
Jackson Street and First Avenue
Follow First Street south from downtown, or take the waterfront streetcar and get off at Main Street.
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