Pioneer Square

Historic Pioneer Square, South of the Retail Core and nestled between the Chinatown-International District and the Waterfront, is rich in history and culture as Seattle’s original Downtown.  With exquisite Victorian and Edwardian Era architecture, classic restaurants, bars and nightlife, extensive furniture, rug and antique shopping, art galleries, and home to CenturyLink Field and Seattle Seahawks and Sounders FC, Pioneer Square mixes the history of our city with modern and cultural activities.

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Il Corvo

If you want great pasta done the old fashioned way, Il Corvo is the place to go. They offer fresh, handmade pasta dishes that are simple and irresistible, made with early twentieth century, hand-crank pasta machines. 217 James Street, Website

Seattle Mystery Bookshop

Since opening in 1990, Seattle Mystery Bookshop has successfully filled the niche for all the mystery-lovers here in Seattle. Their shelves are stocked with all sorts and sub-genres of mystery novels for all ages. Explore this neighborhood bookshop and get recommendations from the very well-read staff.  117 Cherry Street, Website

The Artic Club Seattle

AAA Four-Diamond Award-winning hotel, The Artic Club Seattle offers a unique experience, decorated to echo the post-Klondike gold rush days of the early 1900s. This hotel offers all the modern luxuries to travelers as well as the convenience of location near the many attractions that Downtown has to offer. 700 3rd AvenueWebsite

Klondike Gold Rush Museum

The Seattle unit of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park preserves the story of the subsequent stampede to the Yukon gold fields and Seattle’s crucial role in this event. The Klondike Gold Rush Visitor Center, located in the historic former Cadillac Hotel building.  319 2ndAvenue SouthWebsite

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