Just outside the main entrance of Pike Place Market is Seattle’s infamous “Gum Wall”, which has become somewhat of a cult attraction since it was started back in the 90s. It is said that the patrons of Market Theatre were warned not to stick their gum under their seats, and as a result, began sticking them on the brick walls outside the theatre instead. For some bizarre reason the trend took, and today the theatre’s walls are completely covered in a visually-stunning layer of coloured gum.
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