Theater Location

Unexpected Productions’ Market Theater is located downtown in Pike Place Market, in the heart of Seattle’s Tourist District.

On foot, go to the main entrance of the Pike Place Market at 1st and Pike. There, you’ll find Rachel, Pike Place Market’s full-sized brass piggy bank, beneath the neon sign and clock, right by the famous Pike Place Fish Company. From the pig, go down the stairs and around the corner into Post Alley, where you’ll find the Unexpected Productions at the Market Theater, along with the famous Gum Wall!

1428 Post Alley
Seattle, WA 98101


Parking is FREE on the street after 8:00 pm and on Sundays. Except during street fairs, free evening parking is also available in the market itself.

Public Market Parking Garage
1531 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98101
Market access: take the elevator located in the center of the garage to the sky bridge across Western Ave to the center of the Main Arcade.
Additional access to the Market is provided by an elevator across the street from the garage on Western Ave. and stairs via the Pike Street Hill Climb.

Affordable Downtown Seattle Garages
Downtown Seattle Parking is a mobile-optimized website that features garages (including the Public Market Garage) with rates of $3/hour, up to four hours (tax included).

Valet Parking
6PM-Midnight, Thursday-Saturday
Valet parking is located under the Public Market Clock at the corner of 1st and Pike Place.

Public Transportation

Take Metro (Seattle’s great public bus system) or Sound Transit Light Rail to the Market. Many Metro bus routes will drop you off near the Market on First Avenue or Pine Street. And the Westlake Sound Transit Link Light Rail station is located only 4 blocks away from the Market.

For detailed schedule information and round-trip planning from your home, call Metro Rider Information at (206) 553-3000 or visit You can also get details about Sound Transit Link Light Rail at

Quick Links:
Seattle Metro
Sound Transit Light Rail
Washington State Ferries
Elliot Bay Water Taxi

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market is a public market overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle, Washington, United States. The Market opened August 17, 1907, and is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers’ markets in the United States.

Learn more at Pike Place Market