Pirate’s Plunder

Pier 57, Seattle, Washington

Pirate’s Plunder, Pier 57, Seattle, Washington

Headed to Seattle? Stop by one of our amazing stores that carries Lazy One! Sitting right on Pier 57 you will find Pirate’s Plunder. Inside they carry lots of great pirate and zombie gear and you bet your booty it’s at a great price!

A display featuring our great crabby jammies.

They feature great displays with fantastic pajamas, gifts and more. Pirate’s Plunder also carries pirate flags, board games, and things like a collapsible pirate dagger.

Nearby there are lots of fun things to do in the busy and fun city of Seattle.

Pier 57

Located right outside the store

Seattle Great Wheel

Pier 57 has amazing shops nearby. It also is home to the Seattle Great Wheel. The wheel stands at 175' tall and offers great views of the city and Elliot Bay. You can purchase tickets on the website. Also located on the pier is The Crab Pot restaurant which was featured on an episode of Man vs. Food. They serve crab feasts by putting a bib on you and covering your table so you can crack open a big juice crab. They also serve things like Potatoes, Sausage, and Corn.

Also located on the pier is the old fashioned carousel, two ice cream stands, and a sourdough bakery.

Ye Olde Curiosity Shop

Located on Pier 54

Ye Olde Curiosity Shop

This is the oldest souvenir shop in Seattle. They have lots of, should we say, interesting gifts. They are fellow big foot lovers, selling a big foot figurine. They also provide interesting sights like a real rummy and a macabre collection. It is free to go in and look around.

Argosy Harbor Tour

Pier 55

Argosy Harbor Tour, Leaves from Pier 55

Get a wonderful tour from the locals. Enjoy getting to see Elliot Bay and the Cascade Mountain Ranges. You will hear fun history about the Emerald City skyline. They have lots of different options including 1 hour, Full day, and aquarium packages. The boat has local beers on tap and 360* views, you are sure to see the city and enjoy your time.

The Gum Wall

Post Alley, Seattle

Located in post alley on the way to Pikes Market

A few blocks away from the store is one of the “World’s Most Disgusting Destinations.” The Gum Wall is in Post Alley which is on the way to Pike’s Market. The Gum Wall began around 1993 when tourists started putting gum on the walls and sticking coins inside. Seattle has tried to clean it off a few times, however those attempts proved futile. So if you dare, check out one of the 5 germiest places in the world.

Check out Pirate’s Plunder, get some pajamas, then visit all the amazing sites around the store.

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