Shopping in Seattle and the Puget Sound:
1300 N 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103 | 206-297-0240
Whoopee Cushions, Zombie Sleep Masks, and Acupuncture Woman - there's no shortage of gag gifts and other oddities at Seattle's wackiest store! Archie MacPhee's offers an amazing selection of one-of-a-kind toys, costumes, party supplies, souvenirs, action figures, and more. One of Seattle's top ten weird destinations, it is truly an attraction without a parallel.
Winslow Way E, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 | 206-842-2982
Bainbridge Island is just a short ferry ride from Seattle and the small hamlet of Winslow is just a five minute walk from the ferry terminal. Winslow offers great shopping and restaurants. Whether you are interested in fine art or folk art, antiques or books, or anything in between, you will find it in Winslow and all within walking distance.
S. King St & Fifth Ave S., Seattle, WA 98104 | 206-624-8929
As one of the city's oldest neighborhoods, Seattle's Chinatown-International District is rich with history and culture. The draw of the area is undeniable - from delectable Asian restaurants to unique specialty shops to the diverse heritage sites - there is truly something for everyone!
N. Main St. & Front St. NE, Coupeville, WA 98239 | 360-678-5434
A whole host of one-of-a-kind shops and galleries line the streets of this historic waterfront town, offering everything from soy candles and local lavender to knitting yarns and handcrafted pottery. Spend the day shopping to your heart's content, enjoy a summertime concert in the park, then stop in for dinner at the Front Street Grill.
1521 Tenth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122 | 206-624-6600
Okay, bookworms - get out from between the covers and get on down to Elliott Bay Books, where you'll find an amazing selection of everything from Chaucer and Dickens to Grafton and Grisham. It's the city's largest independent bookstore - and with over 150,000 titles in stock, they ain't kidding! Book browsers beware - you won't leave here empty-handed!
2501 E. D St., Tacoma, WA 98421 | 253-255-1731
Once the westernmost freight terminus for the famous Milwaukee Railroad, Freighthouse Square is now home to a variety of small merchants selling everything from fine art and antiques, to clothing and gifts. The International Food Court offers up delectable dishes such as Thai fish and chips, All-American burgers and fries, and authentic Indian cuisine.
Pioneer Way & Harborview Dr., Gig Harbor, WA 98335 | 253-853-3554
This picturesque maritime village offers a variety of quaint shops and boutiques, most along or within walking distance of the waterfront. Park your car and take a stroll along Harborview Drive, where you'll find everything from abstract art to unique garden decor. When you're ready for a break from the shopping, relax in the park and watch the boats come and go in the harbor.
1st St & Cascade Ave, Langley, WA 98260 | 360-221-6765
The historic seaside village of Langley on Whidbey Island offers everything from live music and handcrafted arts to gorgeous views and a whole host of outdoor activities. It's the shopping that attracts the most visitors, though - with it's quaint boutiques, antique stores, art galleries, and gift shops, there's something for everyone in this picturesque town.
600 Pine Street, Seattle, WA 98101 | 206-405-2655
Located in the heart of downtown, Pacific Place is Seattle's premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination. You'll find 50 stores ranging from everyday to extraordinary, including: Barneys New York, Club Monaco, J.Crew, lululemon athletica, Michael Kors and Tiffany & Co. - just to name a few.
1st Ave & Pike St, Seattle, WA 98101 | 206-682-7453
Flying fish, souvenir sweatshirts, vintage movie posters - Pike Place Market has all this and more. You could spend a whole day here, browsing handmade arts and crafts from local vendors, finding that perfect gift from one of the Market's many quirky shops, enjoying lunch at one of dozens of restaurants. You haven't done Seattle until you've done Pike Place Market!
1st Ave & Yessler Way, Seattle, WA 98104
Seattle's Historic Pioneer Square District boasts more unique and independently owned shops than any other part of the city. These dusty bookstores, creaky-floored galleries, small boutiques, and quaint eateries now inhabit the Emerald City's most historic buildings.
Front St NE & Third Ave, Poulsbo, WA 98370
This little Norwegian community is known for its breathtaking scenery, old world charm, and great shopping. Front Street in downtown Poulsbo offers antiques, arts and crafts, galleries, bakeries, and so much more. Other shopping areas include Poulsbo Village and College Market.
1333 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101 | 206-373-7119
Rainier Square Upper Fifth offers fashion's finest names including Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Brooks Brothers. In addition, Upper Fifth features unique, quality boutiques like Northwest Pendleton, Mephisto, Alexandria Rossoff, and more. When you need a break, Upper Fifth has many relaxing cafes and exciting restaurants to choose from.
400 Pine Street, Seattle, WA 98101 | 206-467-1600
Located in the heart of downtown Seattle, Westlake Center is a four-story, glass enclosed retail pavilion (with a Food Court on the Upper Level) offering a mix of national reputation retailers and a unique selection of the finest quality regional merchandise. Stop for lunch at one of the many eateries, including P.F. Chang's, Bronco's BBQ, or Charley's Grilled Subs.