The Best Odd Places To Visit In Seattle

Published: March 2, 2014

If you have ever been to Seatle you know that some of the most visited attractions are placeds like historical Pike's Place Market and The Space Needle which was originally built for the 1962 World Fair. But, Seattle also some some great odd places to visit as well. Here is my best of list for odd places to visit in Seattle. 

  1. Underground Seattle Tour

    This odd attraction is actually located under the heart of downtown Seattle.  The Underground Seattle is a tour on the actual roads of Seattle back in the late 1800's and early 1900's before Seattle was virtually destroyed by fire and flood. The tour tells a great story of Seattle history and the rebuild of the city.

  2. The Gum Wall

    Now this place to visit some may consider more gross than odd. The Gum Wall is located in Post Alley which is located in Pike's Place Market.  The wall is 15 feet high and literally covered in already chewed gum. Believe it or not people come from all over the world to place their chewed gum on this wall.

  3. Ye Olde Curiosity Shop

    Ye Olde Curiosity Shop is located on the beautiful Seattle Waterfront. This store opened in 1899 and remains one of Seattle's most popular places to visit. The Curiosity Shop has very odd items like mummies, two headed animals, as well as other deformed type animals. It also has some great Indian artifacts and is the best place to get your Seattle souvenirs.

So if you plan to visit Seattle step out of the ordinary box and visit these odd but interesting places. The Underground Seattle is a great tour that the whole family will enjoy, and of course you would naturally take a walk through Pikes Place Market so why not stop at the Gum Wall and end your trip by getting some odd, but memorable souvenirs.