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Charter a bus to Pike Place Market

Charter a bus rental to Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market is a public market space in the heart of Seattle and a flourishing community of farmers, craftspeople, small businesses, and local residents. Each of these groups adds to the unique and vibrant culture of Pike Place Market. If you’re visiting Pike Place Market, the best way to get there is by a renting a charter bus in Seattle so your group can enjoy the market without worrying about parking in the dense downtown center.

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Why charter a bus for Pike Place Market

During the summer months and on weekends, parking can be very limited, especially during peak hours. If you’re traveling with a group, your best option is to find a Seattle charter bus company, rent a bus in Seattle, or investigate a Seattle school bus rental. Lucky for you, we have you covered. We offer school buses, coach buses, minibuses, and shuttle services for groups of all sizes. That way, you can enjoy the many sights, sounds, and smells of Pike Place for as long as you like without worry.

About the Surrounding Area

About the Surrounding Area

Pike Place is one of the oldest farmers markets in the United States. It boasts craft markets, fish markets, specialty foods, dining, and the infamous Rachel the piggy bank. Rachel, the Pike Place mascot, is a life sized bronze piggy bank that weighs 550 pounds. Visitors can take a picture with her and donate spare coins and cash. The proceeds go back to the Pike Place community to support social services projects to protect at-risk or disabled community members. When visiting Pike Place Market you’ll also find the Seattle Aquarium and the Seattle Art Museum within walking distance. If you’re looking for nightlife, The Showbox is a rock club, ...

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About Pike Place Market

Stretching over nine acres, Pike Place Market has plenty to do, see, and eat. Below the Arcade you’ll find a series of collectables shops featuring comics, original art, magic tricks, books, coins, and more. You’ll also find a wide variety of specialty foods with ingredients from all over the world that are ideal for the adventurous chef. As the home of the original Starbucks, Pike Place is also known for its legendary coffee scene. Both local and international roasters come to Pike Place to share their newest creations. Strolling through Pike Place will give all of your senses a delightful experience. You’ll hear street performers playing their favorite tunes. You’ll smell the fresh produce from seasonal farm stands and eclectic coffee shops. You’ll see over 200 craftspeople with art, jewelry, instruments, and crafts for your viewing and tactile pleasure. There’s so much to do and see at the Pike Place market, you might end up staying the whole day!

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Popular bus types in Seattle

When you book with us, you can choose from a variety of vehicle options in your area, curated by availability, budget, and amenities.

School bus

School bus rental
An affordable classic
47 seats

Coach

Coach rental
Comfort and storage
55 seats

Minibus

Minibus rental
Small groups, big moments
21 seats