While Pike Place Market is a great place to shop, it's the Post Alley Gum Wall that sticks to your memory. Literally a wall covered in chewed gum.

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Seattle: While Pike Place Market is a great place to shop, it's the Post Alley Gum Wall that sticks to your memory. Literally a wall covered in chewed gum.

Stick your gum on the Market Theater Gum Wall, a local landmark in downtown Seattle, in Post Alley under Pike Place Market. Similar to Bubblegum Alley in San Luis Obispo, California, the Market Theater Gum Wall is a brick alleyway wall now covered in used chewing gum. Parts of the wall are covered several inches thick, 15 feet high for 50 feet

Stick your gum on the Market Theater Gum Wall, a local landmark in downtown Seattle, in Post Alley under Pike Place Market. The Market Theater Gum Wall is a brick alleyway wall now covered in used chewing gum.

Gum Wall – Seattles Pike Place Market

Gum Wall – Seattles Pike Place Market Been here, it is gross! Pike Place Market is wonderful One of my favorite places

The Famous Gum Wall, Seattle , Washington,  More info on how it started if you google Seattles Gum wall

The Famous Gum Wall, Seattle , Washington, So grossly fascinating - in Post Alley. Very cool and beautiful grafitti and the market ghost tours are nearby as well

“Seattle Gum Wall” Pike Place Market, Keith-Chan

Who would you take to Seattle's famous Gum Wall? Double Tap Make sure you hashtag your travel pics with JetVillaLife for a chance to be featured. by thejetvillalife

Chewed Gum Wall in Seattle. Really? Was it necessary?

The Seattle Gum Wall at Pike Place Market - visit this crazy attraction and stay just moments away at Red Lion Hotel on Fifth Avenue

yep, we're doing this. gum wall: seattle, wa (on post alley by pike place market)

The Seattle Gum Wall - One of the oddest, and most germ infested tourist attractions in the world. Located in Post Alley, under Pike Place Market, this is a must see for Seattle visitors looking for the offbeat attractions that the city has to offer.

Street art, Seattle style. Behold the mighty Gum Wall!

For those who have no interest in throwing their Bubble Yum in the trash when its run its course, heres another option: Add it to the ever-growing Gum Wall, a tourist attraction in Seattle.

Seattle Gum Wall By Spencer Mcdonald

Seattle Gum Wall Poster by Spencer McDonald

Seattle's Gum Wall **This is located under Pikes Market and I'm told it is worth seeing.**

Seattle gum wall gets scraped, washed

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