Pier 54, 1001 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98104, USA
So many cool little things to see. Prices aren't too bad either. Definitely a great place to check out if you're ever in the area. Bought some ethically made butterfly wing earrings and they're awesome!
Neat place with fun mystery boxes. Also found the perfect wind up music box for a friends birthday unexpectedly. Not just all tourist items, got some cool stuff.
This store wasn't exactly what I thought it would be, as it did have a lot of chain store souvenirs, but there were some unique finds and cool oddities to check out. They have a few player pianos, mummy case, miniature set, odd animals (4 legged chicken), and a vampire hunter kit. The staff were friendly and they have the most amazing green tea fudge located in the back left corner of the shop. I really liked the location and the gifts that had the stores logo on them. All in all a neat place to check out of you are spending a day at the boardwalk.
I liked it better before it turned big-boxy. It has more trendy, easily-available items than ones that feel like Seattle or old-fashioned waterfront store goods now. The curiosity items aren't spread out, and the focus is far off of them and more on commerce, which makes it strange that there don't seem to be enough employees to help everyone. It gets four stars instead of three, though, because it's still my daughter's favorite, and it sells fudge and tons of quirky earrings.
I loved going here! It has a fair sprinkling of neat remembrance gifts that have s twist of odd about them. Like a Spock mug that is a 3d representation of his head. Also there was a good amount of "curious" things around the shop as well as parts of various dead animals too. Pretty cool!