Fun little stop by Pike market- smells a little bit but really fun to see everyone giggle at the gum & place their pieces! Great photo op!
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A tour guide advised this is the 2nd most germ ridden place in the world beat out only by the Blarney Stone (people kiss it). It's actually very interesting to see gum everywhere but also makes your skin crawl slightly. It's location is quick and...More
My 10 year old granddaughter just had to see the “gum wall” during a visit to the Pike Place Market. I cannot say I was terribly interested but she seemed determined to see this Seattle point of interest...they had cleaned the wall some time ago...More
Came here with a kids on one of the Seattle adventures. It's kind of below Pike Place Market. If you are at the main fish market, you're 20 yards away. Go towards the water to the brass pigs, then go down that flight of stairs....More
I would not touch the gum wall with 10 foot pole, but those that create this amazing if unconventional material to create this amazing art, I applaud you! At some point (before the walL was scraped clean - I am sure for safety reasons) there...More
You can't make this 💩up. Its not mandated, designed, intended or something the city of Seattle would particularly be proud of. But its there and you being a tourist just have to see it. Its literally just what it is named. A wall with people...More
Well... really gross if you get freaked out by germs! Started in the 1990s when local patrons in line for an improv show at Post Alley's Market Theater stuck their used gum on the wall, the Gum Wall has grown piece by piece to cover...More
The gum wall is just straight nasty. I was amazed that people would actually do this, but grossed out at the sametime. Look, watch were you step, and do not touch.
So I knew it was a wall covered in old gum....but seeing it was like a quirky piece of art! Don't know wether to say yuck or wow!