Pikes Place Fish Market Public Restrooms - Bathroom Review
Pikes Place Fish Market in Seattle Washington is one of the best treasures in the Seattle Downtown area. Originally just an old drab fish-market, there came a time when the workers themselves were inspired to make it fresh and exciting. Today the fish market is more tourist attraction than market and it has led to a revitalization of downtown Seattle. Tucked between the Wharf and the high-rise hotels, visiting the market is truly a treasure hunt experience. Most people experience the market from the Seattle Downtown side which at first appearance seems to be just a single story building. However once inside, you start to meander down the various staircases and realize that there is much more to Pikes Place Fish Market than meets the eye!
The bathrooms of Pikes Place are interesting indeed! Built inside of a very old building to meet the needs of tourists, they had to incorporate function into the limited space available. I wasn't able to capture pictures of the inside of the restrooms because they are so busy and would have led to a bit of an awkward moment but these Murals are quite fascinating and worth mentioning. This bathroom deserves a 5 flush rating based off it's high artwork, unique tile design and that it was clean and functional.
Pikes Place Fish Market - Public Restroom Review - 5/5 Flushes
|Facility||Location||Cleanliness||Design||Artwork||Free of Graffiti||Free of Vandalism||Notes|
|Pikes Place Fish Market||Seattle, Washington||Murals are outstanding!|