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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Kinda gross seeing it for yourself but the truth about how it started is interesting. The gum wall is located in the alleyway under Pike Place Market. The story I heard was that no gum is allowed in the theater. The gum wall is the...More

Thank Shawnee L
Reviewed yesterday

The wall was being cleaned when I went to take a look.Its down near Pikes Market and you could smell the sweet scent of gum in the air as the high pressure hoses were blasting the wall clean

Thank tripii
Reviewed 2 days ago

It smells like gum. It is esentailly an alley at Pike's Place, almost missed it. Its not really something I would particiapte in, but it was cool.

Thank Yadira C
Reviewed 2 days ago

I wouldn't go out of my way to see "The Gum Wall," but it just so happen to be right there at the Pike's Market area. A little difficult to find, so just ask a few of the shop owners or volunteers there at Pike's...More

Thank Richard S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

What can I say!! It’s gum! Lol. But it’s became an attraction! Do I recommend being in this alley way drunk! Lol, no! But it’s an attraction! Go just to say you saw it! And go out your mark on the wall!! I know I...More

Thank aolivadoti
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

They tend to clean the walls off often, so if you think you have a permanent addition then think again. But the fun is in the art and unusual shapes and designs. Stop by.

Thank sillysull
Reviewed 5 days ago

Chew a large wad of gum before you get to the alley way. Both children an adults will enjoy it. It’s interesting what people can do with a piece of chewed gum..

Thank Earl S
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

If already at Pike’s place, worth visiting but definitely not a site that you would want to make a dedicated visit!

Thank wolfverine
Reviewed 6 days ago

We passed this by accident and my daughter exclaimed - "it's the gum wall"! I had never heard of it and to this day wish I still hadn't. I still cannot see how this is remotely of interest. It's gum. On a wall. On holiday...More

1  Thank Worldscapetravel
Reviewed 1 week ago

Its interesting and if you're within a few blocks then its one of those kinda intereting things to look at for five minutes, take a picure and then move on. But don't knock yourself out to get there

Thank Sam W
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Response from Matt C | Reviewed this property |
About 20 years ago, but the city of Seattle is taking it all down soon. I just saw it in the news last week.