Your Destination Guide to Seattle

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Whether you’re at Tillicum Village, Northgate Mall, Fremont, or downtown Seattle at the Pike Place Market, great shopping is to be experienced. If you’re looking for trinkets and souvenirs, booths and kiosks are plentiful, and that perfect gift is just around the next corner. Diverse shopping areas feature a great mix of designers, artists, and brands. If one area doesn’t suit your tastes, just head to the next to continue the shopping adventure.

Seattle Shopping

Downtown Seattle
  • Downtown Seattle
  • Scattered among the massive skyscrapers, office, and apartment buildings ,dozens of fashion boutiques and brand-name stores line the avenues and streets of downtown Seattle. Wander the streets and window shop from the sidewalk.
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First Hill
  • First Hill
  • If you’re heading east toward Lake Washington from downtown Seattle, First Hill is exactly what it sounds like - the first hill you encounter.
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  • Fremont
  • The neighborhood of Fremont is an eclectic product of its earthy, hippie roots and the current tide of 21st century urban development.
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Northgate Mall
  • Northgate Mall
  • Seattle architect John Graham Jr., who conceptualized the Space Needle, was the original designer of the first American shopping mall featuring two rows of stores facing each other under a covered pedestrian walkway - Northgate Mall.
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Pike Place Market
  • Pike Place Market
  • For those who have never experienced a freshly caught salmon hurtling through the air just steps from stands of freshly cut flowers and homemade amber-colored honey, meet Pike Place Market located on Seattle’s waterfront.
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Queen Anne
  • Queen Anne
  • Nestled on top of Seattle’s tallest hill at 456 feet and neighboring Seattle Center, Queen Anne is a magnificent neighborhood with historic 19th century architecture and spectacular views of Seattle’s skyline.
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University District
  • University District
  • Clothes. Books. Food. Coffee. Few college students can live without this quartet of necessities. In Seattle’s University District, these amenities are plentiful along University Way, or “The Ave” as it’s commonly called.
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University Village Shopping Center
  • University Village Shopping Center
  • Once home to not much more than an overcrowded grocery store and a handful of locally-owned specialty shops, University Village has gone from sleepy strip mall to one of the top luxury shopping destinations in the Pacific Northwest.
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Westfield Southcenter Shopping Mall
  • Westfield Southcenter Shopping Mall
  • Say “mall,” and of course, everyone thinks shopping. But in Seattle, where rain is a constant, say “Westfield Southcenter Mall” and parents think, “great, somewhere I can take the kids for...
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